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Chater-La

Chater-La

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1 Posted on 03/18/2011 at 17:40:10

Dear Fellow Audiofanziners,

As we create music it is no secret, and there is no shame, that one of our goals is to win some sort of positive recognition for our efforts.  These kudos can come from family & friends, small groups and circles, or - dare we dream- worldwide fame.  There is always a small revolution that takes place within the budding artist- from being solo and private about creation to slowly reaching out and sharing music with the outside world.  Today, I'd like to inspire all those to dare-to-dream and share their talents with the outside world, and still, you probably won't have to leave your house for this most noble purpose (for the truly timid or just plain lazy!).  Check out 15 aspiring musicians who found fame through YouTube.  You don't need to be a musical genius or a super viral marketeer to succeed in getting noticed on the web.  You just have to 'touch someone'....many many times over.  At the very least, posting your own video might get you some constructive criticism before you waste time and energy rolling a half-stack into a damp local pub.

And while you are YouTubing your own personal revolution, Audiofanzine has armed you this week with the following weapons:  A great review of a few killer analog pedals from the house of Red Witch in Red Witch Fuzz God II, Medusa, Pentavocal Trem and Titan Review and Craig Anderton continued to educate us, this time about Panning Laws.

Have a good weekend!

Chater-La

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