Over the last two years I’ve sporadically worked at a manuscript called Waffleiron Chef, a cookbook filled with conventional and unconventional recipes for your waffle maker. For Christmas this year I got Dash’s great little book Wonderful Mini Waffles. It’s essentially the same idea. So I’ve put Waffleiron Chef on hold, but thought I’d share some of the more intriguing recipes I’ve come up with here on the blog.
Is it a very short, one-pass, 30-second looper or a very long 30-second delay? This slightly-oversize, lo-fi pedal uses the same circuit to do either. While very basic in operation, it has useful features like reverse and pitch shifting, typically found on more complex loopers.
Why I can’t recommend buying the 12-inch Drume Hand.
This article is a cautionary tale of the buying experience that soured me on purchasing this steel tongue drum from DrumeMusic.com. If you read my reviews regularly you know I seldom write a bad review. (I’d rather steer you to something good and generally just don’t publish reviews of the lousy stuff.) This one is a little different: It’s a negative review of the buying experience and a positive review of the drum itself.
As Shortcuts grow in power, they also increase in ways you can trigger them. A very cool trigger (but with some fine print) is via keypress. You just type a few chosen keys together and the Shortcut pops up with. Hit the Run button and you’re off.