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Source Audio Introduces the Ventris Reverb at Winter NAMM 2017

Friday, January 13, 2017

Following the success of the much-heralded Nemesis Delay, Source Audio will introduce the dual processor equipped Ventris Reverb at the 2017 Winter NAMM Show. Demos of a beta-version of the pedal will take place in Hall B at Source Audio booth #5498. The Ventris is a powerful stereo reverb pedal featuring 24 distinct…

Sound On Sound Magazine Reviews the Nemesis Delay

Wednesday, December 07, 2016

We at Source Audio are huge fans of Sound On Sound Magazine - for decades this British publication has been a worldwide authority on music and sound recording gear. From the beginning SOS has championed gear companies that strive to push music forward with cutting edge design and technology. So…

Understanding the Neuro App Sound Editor for the LA Lady, Kingmaker, and AfterShock.

Friday, November 11, 2016

Job one in the development of the Source Audio One Series overdrive pedals – L.A. Lady Overdrive, Kingmaker Fuzz, and AfterShock Bass Distortion – was to create three great sounding, flexible, and easy-to-use pedals. Out of the box, that’s exactly what they are – plug ‘em in, select from the…

Nemesis FAQ

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Key Things to Know About the Nemesis Delay   (ver. 1.1  10/19/16) – by Roger, Nathan, Jeff   Delay Engines The Nemesis has twelve delay engines which are accessed using the center dial.  We chose the most popular engines for the top twelve positions. There are additional engines that can…

Premier Guitar Magazine Honors the Nemesis Delay with Their Premier Gear Award

Thursday, September 01, 2016

We are extremely proud to announce that the Nemesis Delay has been honored with Premier Guitar Magazine's coveted "Premier Gear" Award with a 5-out-of-5 Star rating for tone. Reviewer Charles Saufley raves: "Nemesis can shine dishing authentic slapback sounds at the grimiest, most beer-soaked punkabilly gig-or perform precise sound-sculpting functions in the…

David Gilmour Returns To Pompeii With The Source Audio Programmable EQ

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

David Gilmour during soundcheck at Pompeii. A few months ago I received a midmorning phone call from the great land of the United Kingdom and found myself speaking with none other than Phil Taylor, the longtime guitar technician of Sir David Gilmour. Yeah… that was a very exciting morning. Like…

John Thomasson of “Little Big Town” Takes the AfterShock for a Spin

Monday, July 18, 2016

We had the pleasure of meeting bassist, John Thomasson, this past June, at Summer NAMM in Nashville, TN.  John is the bassist of many top acts, and never short on gigs, having chops on both electric and upright, coupled with extensive experience and knowledge from his schooling at Booker T.…

The Infamous Stringdusters Plant Some Bluegrass at Red Rocks, With Help From The Nemesis Delay

Wednesday, June 01, 2016

Sorry I have not blogged for a while, but the massive popularity of our One Series products, and Nemesis Delay specifically, has me out-straight.  Very exciting times these days for Source Audio, but the work load has cut into my live music time more than I like to admit. Onstage…

ROCK ROYALTY JOIN FORCES FOR A BENEFIT CONCERT FOR TONY MACALPINE

Thursday, November 05, 2015

We recently received the bad news that our good friend Tony MacAlpine, was diagnosed with colon cancer. Tony is a phenomenal guitarist, fantastic keyboard player, Source Audio endorsing artist, and - as an anybody who has spent a little time with the man will tell you -  an all around…

Tone Report Reviews the Mercury Flanger

Monday, October 19, 2015

Sam Hill over at Tone Report Magazine has great things to say about the Mercury Flanger in his review. Sam had this to say about the Mercury Flanger:  "The Mercury control layout is simple and intuitive. Depth, Speed, Resonance, and Delay knobs control their given parameters, while the tri-mode selector…