Saturday, October 22, 2005

Crossfade :: Guitar :: Cold

Using his home computer containing a "$200.00" sound card and Cakewalk Pro Audio Nine, Crossfade's Ed Sloan created the holy grail of all unsigned musicians: the "out of nowhere hit single!" Cold, a song written by Sloan as a means of expression versus perpetual apologies, became one of the most listened to songs in America, thanks to strong radio airplay. Sloan employed his ESP H307 7-string for the heavy rhythm parts. He plugged the 7-string into a Line 6 Vetta and from the Vetta's direct out, went directly into his computer

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