Thomann's Cool Online Guides
Here's a list of our current Online Guides. Each one extends over several pages and explains a specific product area in simple terms with the aid of pictures and diagrams, covering their history, use, and different types. Some documents cover complete setups, and others specific techniques of use. If youre unsure of how to go about choosing the right product for you, or you just want to know more about any of these topics, read on!
Please select a category:
- All categories (169)
- Wind Instruments (14)
- Cases, Racks, Bags (1)
- DJ Equipment (7)
- Drums + Percussion (14)
- Guitars and Basses (33)
- Cables + Plugs (3)
- Lighting + Stage (4)
- Microphones (17)
- Sheet, Books, DVDs (24)
- PA Equipment (9)
- Effects + Signal Proc. (3)
- Studio Equipment (11)
- Software (8)
- Keys (11)
- Traditional (6)
- Accessories (4)
The first hurdle though, is to decide on which instrument to learn?
Choosing a digital piano actually involves many of the same considerations as choosing a real piano.
At the simplest level, a controller keyboard, also commonly known as a "master" keyboard.
The central place of the piano in modern music cannot be overstated.
There are a wealth of synthesisers available today, ranging from hardware keyboards to virtual software instruments.
Electronic drum sets are an instrument to reckon with.
Portable keyboards now offer a wealth of features to suit both the first time musician and professional songwriter alike.
The single most important element in any style of dance music is the groove, a chemistry of rhythm for your song that can make or break its overall feel.
Software Sequencing as a term is deeply inadequate to describe the power of the programs now available to the computer-based musician.
EQ is perhaps the least noticed of all types of audio processing, but also the most important.
The workstation keyboards has come of age and found niches in many different areas.