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telecrater  
12 Jun 2008 07:05 | Quote
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I thought we could use a thread on different recording tips and techniques. Every one seems to use a different application for recording . I don't care what your using just how your using it?

telecrater  
12 Jun 2008 07:10 | Quote
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When i record acoustic guitar i have found it to be tricky. first my acoustic doe not have a built in pickup but did get a sound hole PU. but it sounds very trebbly and if i mike the guitar it sounds to bassey.

What i did was blend the two, i recorded one track with the pickup and another with the mike. I then would blend to two together so they match up. your playing has to be right on for this to work right and it works best for chords Rth playing.
ThePusher  
12 Jun 2008 15:32 | Quote
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Canada
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I never really record but I had alot of trouble with the sound of my distortion sounding right and I couldn't do it until I ended up just putting a mic infront of my amp and fiddeling wiht everything till it sounded right, true it did record a little quiet but I dealt wiht it
soy.el.che  
13 Jun 2008 19:14 | Quote
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Mexico
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i connect my guitar directly to my computer, or i conect the pedal directly to the cpu or i connect the amps phone out to the cpu
foogered  
14 Jun 2008 01:03 | Quote
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How do you connect it right to your computer? I have a little midi converter that sits on my desk and connects via usb, but I've never heard of connecting directly to the computer. This damn thing has crap tone, and fills the recording with background hiss.
Skold  
14 Jun 2008 01:43 | Quote
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United States
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I record like this




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foogered  
14 Jun 2008 04:08 | Quote
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How much was that?
Skold  
14 Jun 2008 04:59 | Quote
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How much was what?
ThePusher  
14 Jun 2008 05:39 | Quote
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I think Foogered thought that was your actual rig
Skold  
14 Jun 2008 05:41 | Quote
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The PC in the image is mine, and so is the Workstation. I don't have the guitar yet.
GuitarBoy666  
14 Jun 2008 08:56 | Quote
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LOL It's a Dell PC xD

And he means how much was your setup, guitar, computer, interface, etc.
foogered  
14 Jun 2008 16:00 | Quote
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Nah, just how much was the Roland workstation. Sorry for not clarifying.
Skold  
14 Jun 2008 23:15 | Quote
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United States
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A buddy of mine is letting me use. He's a musician who owns an A/V business, so he's always got spare equipment. So, he found out that I was making some demos, and he said I could use it until I stopped using it.



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