United Plugins Electrum is the all-in-one single-screen guitar solution. The last amplifier and pedalboard your guitar will ever need. It matches any guitar style or technique. Rhythm guitar or solo. From jazz to modern metal. Achieve perfect sound for any electric guitar quickly and easily with all options available within a single window.
Original amplifier (not just another attempt to simulate a Marshall – takes the best of all amps out there) Realistic dynamic response – just like a real thing EQ Matching! Input level analysis – easy setup One screen solution – easy to navigate, quick workflow Dual GUI – choose if you like 3D or flat view 5 amps/300 cabinets settings Intelligent PolyTuner Everything at your finger-tips
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Electrum is the all-in-one single-screen guitar solution. The last amplifier and pedalboard your guitar will ever need. It matches any guitar style or technique. Rhythm guitar or solo. From jazz to modern metal. Achieve perfect sound for any electric guitar quickly and easily with all options available within a single window.
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In this video I demonstrate a cool, but simple, reversed chords effect I like to use to make layered chord progressions a bit more original sounding, and give them a bit more ‘flavor’ than just using stock sounds as is. from Music Tech Help Guy
Lo-fi hip-hop is known for its lush chords and warm chord progressions. There’s something about lofi chords that give them a nostalgic feeling though. The pairing of jazz harmony with a lofi aesthetic will get you there most of the time, but there are specific chords and chord progressions that can really hook a listener in.
From Anna Timgren: “In this video I’m showing you how to make a K-POP CHORUS TOPLINE and how I build the VOCAL ARRANGEMENT! Shoutout to AZODI for letting me use his track for this vid! I hope you like it and find it helpful! :)”
In this video we check out three Strat style guitars from cheap to expensive and you guys get to see if you can hear which guitar is which! Let me know in the comment section below how many you got right and were you surprised?!
It’s not unusual at all to find a song that only uses major chords. But songs that exclusively use minor chords are actually quite a rare find. Even when you do find a minor-only song they rarely offer much of a chord progression, generally sticking to just a couple of chords, if that! So why is it so hard to write a song that only uses minor chords?