About Hail to Sabbath according to Lindström:
I wanted to pay tribute to what I consider to be one of the world’s greatest rock bands. I have been influenced by the music of Black Sabbath since I first heard them at a very young age, so it was with this in mind, that I would record my first solo album as a tribute to Black Sabbath. However this is not an album of Black Sabbath cover songs, it is simply a tribute to a band that created a sound that inspired me as a musician. All the six compositions on the album are original and will feature various special guest.
released August 12, 2016
Petri ‘Lemmy’ Lindström: Guitars, Bass & Keyboards
Blake Carpenter: Vocals
Juha-Matti Koppelomäki: Solo Guitar,
Janne Ahonen: Drums
Music by Petri ‘Lemmy’ Lindström
Lyrics by Blake Carpenter
Engineering, Mixing and Mastering by Juha-Matti Koppelomäki at Werihukka Recording Studio. Finland
Produced by Petri ‘Lemmy’ Lindström and Juha-Matti Koppelomäki
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One of the most common problems musicians have these days is the sound of their own instrument. I’m going to go through some of my points and views about instrument sounds and possibly share some light on the subject.
One thing that being unhappy with the sound of your instrument is going to cause is having an urge to buy better instruments and accessories such as amplifiers, effects and other stuff that cost you money. All things do influence your sound and are important, but what is the most important?
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One of the many reasons I was so curious about analog summing before choosing the topic for my final thesis at Tampere University of Applied Sciences was that there was so much uncertainty and conflicting information over the internet about the matter. The discussion forums seem to be quite religious about it to be honest.Continue Reading →
Hi again, this time I’ll post my little experiment concerning sampling rates.
Some background story:
I attented to a discussion about sound quality of digital plugins on a Finnish forum. The discussion got me thinking about how sampling rates might have an effect on digital artifacts and what happens when you use higher sampling rates when the final product is supposed to end up to the CD-format with 44.1kHz sampling rate?Continue Reading →