In this video, Ola focuses on how he would use Axiom as a standalone application for his own live rig, loading his favorite third party plug-ins and controlling the whole thing with a MIDI pedal board.
We’re back from NAMM! It’s time to return to work and finalize the new products and updates that have been announced and demoed last week at the show! NAMM 2019 was a great show, with awesome encounters with friends, partners, … Continue reading →
We are looking forward to showing you our new creation! It will be unveiled at the NAMM Show next week! Stop by our booth #16300 to check it out, or keep connected on Facebook, twitter, Instagram or this blog!
Please find below a few pictures to give you an idea… More details to be revealed very soon! Continue reading →
As announced earlier, we have counted the number of YouTube likes on December 1st to select the 10 videos which are now currently been examined by the jury. Well, there are actually 11 videos since the last two had the same number of likes!
The YouTube playlist has been sorted accordingly (the first 11 are selected for the final countdown).
Please vote for your favorite solos (like the videos on YouTube) before December 1st! The first 10 candidates will be chosen for the final selection, and Martin Miller, Jean Fontanille, Hans Van Even and the Blue Cat Audio team will vote for the top 4 entries who will win a prize.
All you need to do is record yourself playing your own guitar solo on the JTC backing track, using one of our amp simulations plug-ins: Blue Cat’s Free Amp, or the demo of Blue Cat’s Destructor or Axiom. Upload your video to your YouTube account and share it on the Blue Cat Audio Facebook page. 10 players will be selected from the YouTube likes, and the final jury (composed by Martin Miller and the Blue Cat Audio team) will vote for the 4 winners.