Here at Andertons Music Co, we believe that learning is just as important as breathing, eating or using strap-locks on your prized electric guitar. Whether it’s a new technique, the design of your favourite instrument, or simply touching up on your knowledge, learning is the epicentre of a musician’s life.
We’re musicians ourselves, so we’re just as keen to learn as you are. That’s why we go out of our way to curate as much interesting and informative content as possible to suit everyone’s needs! So what are you waiting for? Go forth and learn!
It's a rite of passage for a guitarist to build their own pedalboard. They're an integral component in your personalised sound. But how do you do bring your ideas to life without breaking the bank? We're here to help.
Not sure what an amp stand is for or if you need one? This article explains why every guitarist should have one in their rig, whether they're playing at home our out gigging!
As much as we all love a big clean guitar tone, sometimes you just want to get a little dirty. Here are the best ways to add lofi dynamism to your sound through crinkles, warbles and imperfections.
If you've listened to any pop music from the last twenty years or so, there's a high chance you'll have encountered autotune in one form or another. But what actually is it? Is it only used when an artist can't sing? And how did it come about in the first place?
EQ is an essential part of any recording/mixing session and is a key tool in your audio arsenal. But what actually is it? And how can you use it to improve your productions?
What exactly is a DAW? Which types are available? What can I use them for? Our blog on all thing DAWs explains all...
It can be tough to know what to buy a drummer for Christmas. Our blog highlights the gifts that you should avoid, as well as the ones that you should get for the percussionist in your life.
When it comes to synths, the name Behringer isn't far behind. But why have they been so widely adopted?