If this is what the coming AI revolution looks like, it might not be too bad. I'd watch a set by R2DJ.
This pedal had some sort of glittery ectoplasmic blob over the lights, causing me to surmise that the grandma pictured there is a ghost.
Me: "Do you feel odd having people comment on the size of your knob?" Him: "Do you feel odd asking me about my knob?"
Well played, sir.
The Li.LAC microphone disinfector shares its basic design with the venerable children's toy, although it uses UV light where the toy uses IR. In today's world, it's hard to argue with keeping your mics virus- and bacteria-free.
When you put beat-making software into an arcade box, are high scores measured in number of streams?
Sometimes I can't out-clever-title reality.
When it comes to musicians, it's generally best to deemphasize the olfactory components.
It's not truly a 3D hologram, but The Epic is the closest I've seen to date.
The real thing is 7' x 14' and on wheels. They've created a trailer with 50dB of sound isolation so you can do audio work anywhere there's a road. You can rent their studio or they can make you one of your very own.
I considered just chilling here for a while, and I would have, if not for all the noise.
This makes me feel like I'm in the kids' clothing section of Target sometime in the '90s.
I haven't seen LEDs in guitar picks yet, but I have no doubt that day will come. Oh, yes, it will come.
I think McSwain took a page out of Inspector Clouseau's book.
That would be Capo, the Clerkhound mascot, immortalized in wood.
Yeah, I don't know what he's doing there, either.
Even when their instruments aren't nearby, metal guitarists should have plenty of handy body modifications to pop these Snap-On picks on.
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