Multi-instrumentalist Devin Malone, currently taking up guitar duties with Hunter Hayes, dropped by Fox Nashville to talk Radial with host Eric Dahl. Check out what Devin tours and records with in this segment that aired on the show this morning.
Peter Janis played in school orchestra and rock bands growing up as his mother played piano in the home and encouraged him to pursue music. His first job in the industry was working at Steve’s Music store in Canada and he was hooked. Peter enjoyed the people in the industry and was fascinated by the developing technology and how it related to amplifying instruments for live performance and studio recording.
It’s been nearly two decades since the release of the original JDI, and now Radial has introduced a Stereo version to its offering. Alistair McGhee quite literally lifts the lid on the new addition to see what it has in store for users.
Vancouver, BC – Radial Engineering Ltd. is pleased to announce the Headload guitar amplifier attenuator is now shipping. The new Headload allows the artist to reduce the volume levels on stage while driving the amp hard for maximum tone. According to Radial President Peter Janis: “With the proliferation of in-ear monitors, there has come a tremendous need… Read More
Vancouver, BC – Radial Engineering Ltd is pleased to announce a next generation version of the popular JDX Reactor amplifier DI. Radial’s Jay Porter explains: “The JDX has become a staple in professional touring, clubs and houses of worship worldwide. While many engineers were initially skeptical because of previous bad experiences with different ‘red boxes’,… Read More
With guitar rigs, connecting several pedals and amps together can often lead to noisy setups. Guitarists will sometimes turn to using noise gates as a means of trying to eliminate the problem. But these devices not only rob tone, but they hamper the guitar’s attack time and limit natural sustain. The following page gives you several recommendations that can help eliminate noise.
I use the J48 with my Spector NS2000-5 with active EMG pick ups and blend it with my Sunn 300t head out front. When the band travels overseas I simply just run my bass through the J48 and a line from that straight to my in-ears and it’s just as beefy as it sounds coming out of my 8×10 back home; clear pronounced lows and full bodied highs. I love the way it sounds! In the studio I use it to run certain effects direct as well, bypassing the amp/cabinet.
When FOH Jon Garber decided to move on to a new challenge after touring with Rascal Flatts for nine years, it turns out he didn’t have to look too far for a fresh gig. In fact, his new job with The Band Perry meant he’d probably be taking the same planes, trains and automobiles as… Read More
David Rosenthal has a pretty plum freelance gig. For 21 years Rosenthal has performed with Billy Joel as keyboardist, adding musical director to his title along the way. Long gone are the days of challenging countless other keyboardists for a job. Rosenthal credits his highly successful career path to his always looking for an ‘edge’.… Read More
Making anything look easy takes a lot of hard work. Standing out from the many who seek success also takes a lot of work. There are a select few whose dedication pays off in unprecedented ways. Success that was elusive and existing only in its potential suddenly moves at a momentum that defies even the… Read More