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DIY – Build a homemade Guitar Hanger for wall

August 11th, 2010 · 1 Comment

If you decide you don’t want to buy a guitar hanger for a wall, here are simple steps to building one yourself. There are lots of ready to use ones, which are good (I have one in my living room that holds the acoustic guitar), but this time I wanted to make one of my […]

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Tags: Crafts · DIY (do it yourself) · Music · Musical Instruments · Video

VirtualDub video editor tips

April 2nd, 2010 · 2 Comments

VirtualDub is a cool and free program for video editing. It is especially useful if you need to crop or remove certain frames or part of the clip, whether it’s in the beginning, middle or end. The big advantage of this tool is that it enables you to save the edited movie in the same […]

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Tags: Music · Software · Video

Convert VHS/VHS-C cassette tapes to digital media

January 24th, 2010 · No Comments

If you got some memories on VHS or VHS-C tapes, you may well want to convert them to digital media –  video files of some type, from AVI,MPEG, or DVD. You may want to do that for a few reasons: most importantly VHS tapes loose quality as time goes by. They are vulnerable to heat, […]

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Tags: Electronics · Just Fun · Music

Jim dunlop volume pedal review & volume adjustment fix

July 15th, 2009 · 23 Comments

This article was meant to be a Dunlop volume pedal (GCB-80 is the model) review but as it turns out, it will be a how-to-fix-it manual as well… Let’s start at the end – this pedal has one “tiny” problem -it does not allow no volume at all, but rather the pedal starts from some […]

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Tags: DIY (do it yourself) · Music · Musical Instruments

Sennheiser HD-280 – Professional Studio Recording Headphones Review

February 11th, 2009 · 1 Comment

To record your own music you need recording headphones. The main differences between just good headphones AND recording headphones are: recording headphones should not leak the music to the outside – where the microphone can pick it up. I’ll explain this – To record vocals you need to sing along some other lead track right?  […]

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Johann Sebastian Bach

June 16th, 2008 · No Comments

Soundtrack – Music from Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse-Five Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach. Pianist Glenn Gould with the Columbia Symphony Orchestra. I’ve been having this vinyl record for ages. Now it’s on a CD. This is not just for the classical music lover, but for anyone who wants to get away, and listen to something completely […]

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