We visited Steven Wilson before his show at the Berklee Performance Center in support of his latest record, "Hand. Cannot. Erase." Steven was nice enough to talk with us about how he uses the Source Audio Programmable EQ in his live rig. It's a nice tour through the different tones that Steven is able to achieve with a little help from our compact but powerful Programmable EQ with MIDI preset switching.
Guitarist Brendan Mowat-Smith goes on location at Ripley's Aquarium in Toronto, Canada for a truly inspiring demo of the Soundblox 2 Stingray Multi-Filter.
Billy Idol's long-time guitarist, the great Steve Stevens, uses the Hot Hand 3 Wireless Controller to perform the classic tune, "Rebel Yell" on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Brendan Mowat-Smith focuses on the Soundblox 2 Orbital Modulator's Quad Chorus effect in this video cover version of Mike Landau's "Johnny Swing."
Nathan Navarro demos the Soundblox Hub with Hot Hand USB, Ableton Live, the Soundblox 2 Manta Bass Filter, Soundblox 2 OFD Bass microModeler and more at Winter NAMM.
Bass extraordinaire and dubstep master, Nathan Navarro tried out the Soundblox 2 Manta Bass Filter. Check the video to hear the awesome and unusual tones he pulled from it.
Trace Foster, live and studio guitar tech for Joe Perry of Aerosmith, talks about Joe's live rig and the Soundblox 2 Dimension Reverb.
Steven Wilson and Guthrie Govan talk about their Soundblox Multiwave Distortions in this Premier Guitar Rig Rundown.
Earl Slick, guitarist for Phantom Rocker and Slick, David Bowie, John Lennon, Ian Hunter, and The New York Dolls, rips some face melting riffs with his Signature Framus Guitar, Orange AD30 Amp, and Soundblox 2 Multiwave Distortion set to Single Band Octave.
Earl Slick, guitarist for John Lennon, David Bowie, Ian Hunter and The New York Dolls, demonstrates the possibilities of the Soundblox 2 Dimension Reverb.
Guitarist Extraordinaire, Pete Thorn dives deep into the blue waters of the Soundblox Pro Multiwave Distortion.
Jake Cinninger, an incredible guitar player from the band Umphrey's McGee tours the amazing phaser, flanger, chorus, and rotating speaker tones of the Soundblox 2 Orbital Modulator.
Aidan Mullen, the bass tech for Tom Hamilton of Aerosmith, talks about Tom's live rig and how he uses the Soundblox Pro Mulitwave Bass Distortion
Bassist Evan Marien creates a beautiful solo bass piece with Source Audio's Hot Hand 3 and Dimension Reverb.
Hot Hand hits the BBC in this clip of Ellie Goulding bassist Simon Francis wobbling through 'Only You' on Later with Jools Holland.
Earl Slick records an eerie guitar track for a cover of the Rolling Stones nugget, "Play With Fire", using an EBow and the Soundblox 2 Dimension Reverb.
Jake took some time before his show at the H.O.B. in Boston to explore the many dimensions of the Soundblox 2 Dimension Reverb.
Nathan Navarro adds some Hot Hand dubstep wobbles to the singer/songwriter palette in his collaboration project Dot, featuring vocalist Dylan Patrello.
The band Pinn Panelle cover “Scary Monsters And Nice Sprites” by Skrillex. That’s our pal Nathan Navarro on bass playing some insane dubstep riffs with his Hot Hand and Soundblox Pro Bass Envelope Filter.
Aidan Mullen, bass tech for Rick Savage, talks about the Soundblox Pro Multiwave Bass Distortion and how he incorporates it into the Def Leppard sound.
Phutureprimitive uses the Hot Hand MIDI-EXP Controller during a live performance and the Middle East Nightclub in Cambridge, MA.
Will Cady clones himself and tests the versatility of the Soundblox Pro Bass Envelope Filter.
In this bass solo, Will Cady of Source Audio uses a looping pedal to showcase the sounds of the Soundblox Bass Envelope Filter and the Soundblox Pro Multiwave Bass Distortion working in harmony.
Funky, Rocking and Big. The Soundblox Multiwave Bass Distortion boasts a massive range of sounds to choose from. Will Cady and Greg Settino set up in the Source Audio warehouse to bring as much thunder as they can without the assistance of that instrument called a 'guitar'.
Life is Good Festival 2010 with Source Audio showing off the Soundblox bass and guitar effects to the likes of Beezy Coleman of Ziggy Marley, Ozomatli, Donovan Frankenreiter, Trombone Shorty, Dan Zanes, Gabby Lala and more!
Jeff from Source Audio tours the tone possibilities of the Soundblox Tri-Mod Flanger in videosong format.
This song was made using only my bass and a wah pedal called the Soundblox Tri-Mod Wah, the only exceptions being the drum track and the guitar part at the end, which also uses the Soundblox Tri-Mod Wah.
Greg Weeks of The Red Chord plays the Soundblox Multiwave Bass Distortion.
Herman Li of DragonForce demonstrates the Source Audio Motion Controller Ring.
Will Cady of Source Audio uses the Tri-Mod Wah for a modern update of 'Portrait of Tracy' by the late great Jaco Pastorius.
Quintin Berry at Winter NAMM 2010 using Source Audio pedals to cover "Voodoo Chile" by Jimi Hendrix.
Ragan and Dennis visit Greg and Will at the Source Audio warehouse for the first ever Hot Hand flute jam.
Will Cady of Source Audio uses Soundblox Pro Multiwave Bass Distortion, Soundblox Tri-Mod Wah to create a sound-a-like of Daft Punk's "Short Circuit" with only his bass and a self-produced drum track.
Will Cady and Greg Settino jam out using the Source Audio Multiwave Bass Distortion Pro, using the multi-band foldback setting.
Will Cady and Greg Settino jam out using the Source Audio Multiwave Bass Distortion Pro, demonstrating morphing between effect types.
Will Cady and Greg Settino jam out using the Source Audio Multiwave Bass Distortion Pro, using the multi-band normal setting.
Kid Beyond gives a special lecture to students at Harvard University about Hot Hand, MIDI and Ableton Live.
Gospel pianist extraordinaire plays Hot Hand for the first time. He is now a Hot Hand artist!
Joe Satriani is joined by Herman Li from Dragonforce on stage with his Hot Hand Effect at the Ibanez Guitar Jam during NAMM 2008
Eric Krasno wears Hot Hand on his pinkie and plays it with a subtle style that is unique among Hot Hand artists.
Carl Broemel of MMJ plays the Hot Hand Wah effect with Pedal Steel in Boston. Septemeber 6, 2008.
Boz Boorer, music director and guitarist for Morrissey and the Polecats demonstrates the Hot Hand Wah.