Mon, 21 August 2006
News, tips on acoustic isolation, a new useful and affordable loop collection, Viewer Mail and we Tweak The Stupid Knob!
New DigiRack Time Shift - Free Plugin
Free Demo Of Extreme Punch
Broadjam 6-Pack Songwriting Competition
Digidesign Releases Free Training Videos
Editor's Key's Decal Sets
Smokin' Joe's Harmonica Loops
Thanks to Suzanne DeCree, Mark Rufino and Kim Costello!
Q: What was the B side of Elton John's Philadelphia Freedom?
A: Paul Riggins correctly answered, "'Philadelphia Freedom' was released on Feb. 28, 1975 and the B side was a version of 'I Saw Her Standing There' recorded live with John Lennon at Madison Square Garden."
Congratulations Paul! You take home a free copy of Guitar and Drum Trainer courtesy of Ryan Smith over at RenegadeMinds.com.
A Special Moment With Charles Dye!
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