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Discussion in 'Recording Studio' started by northernguitarguy, Feb 18, 2013.
For the noobs like me, I found this article helpful
Guitar Amp Recording
Great article! Thanks for posting! I recently subscribed to SOS - great recording rag.
For a Canadian, you're OK.
Good article! I'm a fan of Jack Douglas's phase EQ technique.
Well, I'm a fan of everything Jack does!
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SOS has a lot of good info. One of my bookmarked web sites.
Agree. You can't go wrong with Sound On Sound.
From one noob to an other very good, thank you. I need to learn how to record from a Mustang amp to a lap top.
It's as easy as this;
Plug your Mustang into your laptop with a USB cable
Open Reaper and select your Mustang amp as your input device
I recorded this last week using a Mustang II v2 (Plexi amp model), Reaper and some free VST's for the bass and drums.
Thank you so much. I read many things on Youtube and fender. This is so easy my monkey does it for me.
Your work is very helpful, thanks!
For amp recording I really just suggest a Fast Track Solo USB audio interface, the Pro Tools Express software that comes preloaded with it for mixing all recordings together and audio enhancement and recording via connecting a microphone to the USB interface via a standard XLR cable.
I use Mixcraft, one of the easiest DAW,s to use.. just install ite fender asio driver, a few tweaks and away to go.
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I'm too thick for all this. I have a Zoom r24, two Tascam monitors, a Shure Unidyne and a Rode 3 mic. I plug my SG into a Yamaha THR 10 and record, either using the two inbuilt mics on the Zoom (which captures the room) or close mic the Yamaha and record at midget volume at 3am. When I play it back next day, it still sounds like the White album, the side with "Birthday" on it because I always put all the filth I possibly can on the sound.
When it comes to "producing" a sound, I'm afraid I just don't do it because I don't know how. For me, the fun of having this kind of stuff in easy reach is that the record companies, producers, contracts and all that stuff are sacked, down the road, I can do it as I want to do it and that's all there is to it. So, look out world, EARACHE!
Actually, no. I like what comes out - get a guitar, get an amp, get some stuff, record! That's IT!
I'm thick, though. I can't be bothered with trawling through latency issues etc. For me, if it doesn't work when you plug it in, it's out the door, end of. If I did the Space Shuttle, it would crash in Mexico.
This is really useful. I have had minimal experience with recording and am looking forward to getting into it in more depth. Its interesting ow particular placements of instruments and musicians makes such a difference, and how the room is considered such an important factor in the recording process. Thanks for sharing - this one is saved for later research. How are you guys getting on with recording yourselves?
I'm interested in hearing your music. A lot of my recordings have been done in a similar way to that you've stated, no production or minimal done. Have you uploaded some music online?