A surprising number of us come up unprepared when something at home breaks and needs repair. Professional service is often expensive, and with YouTube around, you can at least try to Do-It-Yourself. But you can't do that without the proper equipment, so here’s a list of tools every household should have just in case!
As a fellow musician, I know that there is no rush greater than the one we feel when we share our music with others. Whether it’s for family and friends, a small coffee shop open mic, or for a stadium full of people, we always want to give our best to our audience. So how exactly do you nail a performance? How do you ensure that your big night goes even better than planned?
The Drone Dealer Expo is a 3-day convention meant to bring Drone industry people together to share ideas and techniques. And even better: this year, the Drone Dealer Expo will be held in sunny Orlando, Florida, at The Florida Hotel. Join us to learn about the newest drone products and sales opportunities!
The world of drones, like all technology, is always evolving fast. In fact, the new DJI Phantom 4 was just released last month! Don’t have one yet? Check them out here.
Sometimes your equipment is so delicate, a square or circle that encompasses its perimeter is not enough. Sometimes you need even more customization. We hear you, and we want to help. How does a foam cavity that cradles every twist and turn on your equipment sound?
Online shopping can be exhausting and frustrating, especially when you find something that is ALMOST perfect, but not quite; it doesn’t have EXACTLY what you want. You could find a case that you love, but the interior doesn’t exactly thrill you. If only there was some tool you could use to make your own, customized foam that is tailor-fit to your needs. Well, now there is: The CasePro Designer!
Flying with delicate and expensive instruments can be daunting. Handing an instrument over to a TSA agent might mean handing over the source of your livelihood to a complete stranger, who might toss it carelessly into an airplane baggage compartment without a second thought. Here are 9 common mistakes to avoid when traveling on a plane with your instruments.
One of the biggest concerns about using foam to proectect valuables is that the foam will bend, dent, or damage the sensitive equipment. But using an empty case allows your valuables to move and shift around, leaving them susceptible to even more damage. Is there no way to win??
Lucky for you, Cases by Source has the solution: RecoCell Foam.
Musicians often play the same instrument for so many years that the instrument starts to feel like an extension of themselves. It is no wonder that traveling musicians feel a sense of dread when they have to take their instruments on airplanes. Even before they get on the plane, instruments must go through an inspection process. If the security officers, who handle your instruments, are not careful, they could end up shifting parts of it and changing its signature sound forever. Now, if the hands of a human being can do that much damage, imagine what the sides of an airplane or the force of other bags knocking into your instrument can do when it is checked into airline baggage. Despite the dangers of travel, it is a necessity for some musicians. Here are 13 tips for keeping your precious instrument safe during airline travel
Congratulations, you've got yourself a drone! Time to go out and fly it as high and fast as you can!