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HOW PADS CAN BENEFIT HARP PLAYERS

WHAT IS A PAD? In the electronics world, a “pad” is a circuit that lowers the amplitude of a signal while providing a fixed impedance, or load, in both directions.  There are, of course, other ways to lower signals, such … Continue reading

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Introduction to Studio Harmonica Work, Part 3

An Introduction to Studio Harmonica Part 3 In parts one and two of this series I described what being a studio harmonica player means to me and shared a few insights into performing in the studio environment that I have … Continue reading

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Introduction to Studio Harmonica Work, Part 2

In the first article in this series, I shared with you a few of the overarching ideals I strive for as a working studio musician. Here are my thoughts on how to be effective in the studio. The art and … Continue reading

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An Introduction to Studio Harmonica Work, Part I

Written by Guest Author – Ross Garren In this series of articles, I’ll provide insights gleaned from my work as a studio harmonica player in Los Angeles, the recording capital of the world. For this first installment, I’ll share a … Continue reading

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