All what you need to know about electric violins, sound modulation, effects, pickup and accessories. Become an electric violinist: an unconditional of electric music!
Haven’t you at least once considered the possibility of playing a sound as low as that of a cello? You have two possibilities to reach that goal, one by changing the strings and the other by using a special effects pedal! We explain the whole thing to you in this article!
We asked 30 electric violinists about their 3 favorite effects and the reasons why they prefer them.
When performing on stage, musicians and singers need to hear themselves play and/or sing to be able to sound as a unit. Without a monitor, it is impossible for them to play in tune and in rhythm, which will significantly compromise their performance. What stage monitor is best for a musician?
It is important to clean up the dry sound of a musical instrument before applying any effects to it. Without a preliminary clean up, the effects will accentuate any sound defects and the final result will have a lower quality. Many effects like the noise gate and the equalizer can help you to create a wet sound.
Do the sensations of playing with your electric violin seem to be not as good as before? Perhaps it is because the strings of your electric violin are worn out and it is now time to change them. What are the most suitable strings for an electric violin?
The equalizer is an essential music tool that you need to understand in order to improve the sound of your electric violin and compositions.
In-ear monitors have impressed and are now attracting an increasing number of instrumentalists. Earphones allow you to use a mix so that it can be heard directly by the musician.
There are dozens of possibilities available to help you tune your instrument and set your ear on the note A which, once found, allows you to tune the following strings.