Recording part two: let there be drums!
I listened to the in-progress mixdown from @[email protected] and used Logic's "Split" function to be able to name the sections of track (Intro, Verse 1, Chorus 1, etc.) and MAN that made it so much easier to follow along and know when to hit the fills!
It look longer than expected, but it's finally here! 🎉
The keys are _very_ nice-feeling, there's a really good weight to them. And I haven't read the manual yet so I have no idea what this is about, but the very lowest key is marked "Panic".
I'm taking a break from Warhammer Quest and Kill Team to get stuck back into some Warhammer Underworlds! I decided to start the goblins of Grinkrak's Looncourt and have done two of the little fellas so far. I'm just doing the box art scheme because it's simple and I like the look of it, keen to get the other five done and get them onto the table.
First new bit of guitar kit in a while!
I already have a load box, but the problem with it is that there's no headphone output which means I need to plug it into my USB audio interface which _does_ have a headphone output but is all wired up to my computer setup, which in turn means I can't play my tube amp anywhere except our home office.
This new Suhr one has a headphone output and can be powered from my pedal board power supply so I'll be able to take the amp and pedal board to the front of the house and play with my full setup there, AND it has an auxiliary input as well so I can plug my iPad into it and play along to music or just use GarageBand's backing dummer functionality to have a drum kit to keep in time with.
I have to say, though, this thing is significantly larger than I was expecting!