Radial Engineering Launches Blog to Answer All of Your Gear and Tech Questions

Radial Engineering's new blog features responsive design, making it an easy read from your laptop, tablet or phone.
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Radial Engineering's new blog features responsive design, making it an easy read from your laptop, tablet or phone.
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World renowned manufacturer of bullet-proof, problem-solving gear for stage and studio delivers up-close interviews with users, players, producers and engineers to some of today's top acts, as well as gear reviews, news and education pieces. 

The Radial Blog has been added to the highly trafficked website radialeng.com. The site has always been known as an in-depth resource for musicians and engineers who rely on Radial to invent the 'unsexy' but necessary and reliable gear that lets them deliver their hard-earned tone, whether to an audience or while tracking in studio. Radial gear is famously recognized as the reason thousands of Sound Techs breathe easier back stage of a show. Wouldn't you love to know what they know? Now you can.

Radial President Peter Janis: "We've always made education our main goal on the website. The blog pages add a little more of an entertainment factor and flexibility in how we deliver the information we have come to understand is wanted, not only from the team at Radial, but also from the pros who swear by their JDI, Bassbone V2, Workhorse 500 series chassis..we have lots of tried and true adopters of Radial who have stories to tell, and this is where you will find those stories. You'll also be tapped into the source for insider news, we'll be posting third party reviews and some quick educational bites. For example, if you go to the blog today you will find a link to our latest education piece '5 guitar hacks to get rid of noise in your rig'."

Readers can sign up to receive notification of new blog posts that will come in the form of a quick summary to their inboxes. Janis continues: "You'll get to see a whole lot more of what goes on behind the scenes here at Radial. We have major acts come by our offices, talk about the gear and sometimes inspire our engineering team to come up with something new. We're going to share those stories. How cool is that?"

The new Radial blog is live and ready to be viewed at: Radial Blog


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