Byron has just finished a brand new instrumental song entitled “Engines Of Thunder”. Stylistically it’s a “tip-of-the-hat” to the early Satriani & Hendrix vibe when there was strong emphasis on composition and lyrical soloing with catchy hooks and unique twists in the guitar playing.
“Engines Of Thunder” was recorded in Apple Logic Pro X with the Universal Audio Apollo Twin X QUAD using only the UA Marshall JMP 2203 and Marshall Silver Jubilee 2555 plug-in’s for an amazing emulation of the legendary Marshall sound.
These plug-in’s are like recording with Vintage Gear because they deliver dead-on tones of the great Marshall Amps that ushered in a new era of rock dominance in the 80’s.
During Mixing and Mastering the Neve 1084 Preamp & EQ and Sonnox Oxford Limiter v2 delivered the final punch and sleek finish to “Engines Of Thunder”.
Guitar of choice is a hot rodded Jackson USA Signature Adrian Smith San Dimas Stratocaster with a EVH D-Tuna System set up by B & D Guitar Repair and run thru a Morley DJ Ashba Skeleton Wah Pedal for that classic Wah-Wah sound.
“Engines Of Thunder” is now LIVE on all digital platforms.