Let’s do some real magic today with the brand new Re-Guitar plugin: in this tutorial we are going to learn how to turn a single coil sound (typical strat neck pickup) into a hollow body jazz guitar sound, without modifying the guitar… Impossible? Check this out!
The traditional way to manage stereo streams is to use separate left and right channels sources. There is however another way: by recombining these left and right channels, you can actually separate the mid channel (mono or center) from the sides channel (stereo part of the signal).
Processing these recombined mid/side channels instead of the traditional left/right stereo pair is called mid/side processing and it can be very convenient because you can apply different effects to the mono (mid) and stereo (sides) parts of the signal.
Here is one more video showing off the hollow body and pickup simulation capabilities of the upcoming Re-Guitar plug-in within Axiom:
While Blue Cat”s Re-Guitar is being finalized in the lab, we have recorded a few videos to give you an idea of what it can do… Enjoy!
Transform your bright and funky single coils into powerful modern humbuckers.
With a bit of hollow body simulation and a classic humbucker, meet the Jazzocaster! Continue reading
We are happy to announce significant free updates for 6 plug-ins! Blue Cat’s Dynamics, Protector, FreqAnalyst Multi, StereoScope Multi, Oscilloscope Multi and DP Meter Pro will be demoed on our booth (#16300) at NAMM this week.
If you are a registered customer, check out the preview versions that are already available on the full versions download pages (link received by email upon purchase)! 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).
The jury, composed of Martin Miller, Jean Fontanille, Hans Van Even and the Blue Cat Audio team will now vote for the top 4 entries who will win a prize. The winners should be announced shortly, keep connected!