Sweetwater 的 Dimension M TonePrint
The vintage Boss Dimension C stompbox is one of the weirdest pedals ever made. With no knobs whatsoever (just 4 preset buttons), it didn't give users a lot of options when it came to dialing in a sound. But that didn't stop L.A. studio guitar players from placing them on their pedalboards (or rather, rack trays) to get that famous lush 80s clean chorus sound. The Dimension M TonePrint is a recreation of that classic pedal, right down to the preset concept. Use the depth control to toggle between the four "virtual presets" of the Dimension C. Turned all the way back, you'll get preset one, 10 o'clock is preset two, 2 o'clock is preset three and cranked will give you preset four. Unlike the the original Dimension C, you can actually subtly change the chorus sound by using the speed and tone control. But to capture the sound of the original pedal, set the speed and tone at noon, crank the FX level and use the depth knob to toggle through the presets.
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Sweetwater Editorial Director Mitch Gallagher was introduced to recording when the manager of the rock band he was in loaned him a 4-track cassette recorder. He studied electrical engineering and computer science at North Dakota State University, eventually earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in music from Moorhead State University (now Minnesota State University - Moorhead). His graduate studies at the University of Missouri in Kansas City included music composition and classical guitar.
He toured as a lead guitarist/vocalist in rock and country bands, and has played with big bands, fusion and experimental music groups, and as a classical and steel-string guitar soloist. As a classical guitarist, he studied with Michael Coates and Douglas Niedt, and currently studies with Jason Vieaux and Denis Azabagic. He has performed in master classes with William Kanengiser of the Los Angeles Guitar Quartet and Lorenzo Micheli of Italy’s SoloDuo.
As a music technology specialist, he has taught college courses, lectured, given clinics, consulted with pro audio manufacturers, and spoken at festivals, conventions, and conferences around the world. Publications such as the Washington Post consult him as a technology expert. He is a respected recording, live sound, and mastering engineer, and operates his own recording studio and production company, MagMedia Productions.
As a composer, he studied with Henry Gwiazda, Gerald Kemner, and James Mobberley. His compositions cover genres from classical to experimental to heavy metal. “Prophecy #1: At First Glance,” an experimental percussion ensemble/synthesizer work based on the Fibonacci number series, received a 1991 NARAS (Grammy) award in the Best New Music/New Classical category. He was a featured artist at the 1994 International Computer Arts Festival in Sofia, Bulgaria, where he lectured on his Prophecy series of electronic music compositions.
The former senior technical editor of Keyboard magazine and former editor-in-chief of EQ magazine, Gallagher has published well over 1,000 articles in magazines such as Performing Songwriter, Acoustic Guitar, EQ, EQ en Espanol, Keyboard, Pro Sound News, Guitar Player, Government Video, Extreme Groove, Music Technology Buyer’s Guide, Videography, Strings, and Microphones & Monitors. He is also the former editor of Church Sound magazine, and served as associate editor at Live Sound magazine.
His books include Make Music Now! (2001, Backbeat Books), Pro Tools Clinic (2005, Music Sales/Schirmer Trade Books), The Studio Business Book, 3rd Edition (2006, Course Technology/Cengage), Acoustic Design For The Home Studio (2006, Course Technology/Cengage), Mastering Music at Home (2007, Course Technology/Cengage), and The Music Tech Dictionary (2008, Course Technology/Cengage). Project Studio Mastering (2008, Multi-Platinum Pro Tools) is his first instructional DVD. His latest book is Guitar Tone: Pursuing the Ultimate Guitar Sound (2011, Course Technology/Cengage), and he will be releasing a book on building, customizing, and modifying guitars in 2012.
Gallagher is the author of “Guitar Tracks,” a monthly column in Premier Guitar magazine, and regularly contributes as a freelance author to many music publications. He operates MAG Media Productions and the Sound Sauna Studio, teaches audio recording and music business as associate faculty for Purdue University/Indiana University, and performs with The Mitch Gallagher Band.了解更多 Sweetwater