Making an acoustic sound acoustic after amplified has been almost a lifelong endervor...lol Until recently. We put BBands in our acoustics and simply plug 'em in a record.... sounds too easy I know. But it works well.
Excellent. Need this. Just starting out in home recording, got a condenser microphone and an M-Audio USB box to connect to my laptop. Experimenting with different mike positions...love the mixing process...
Speaking of MId-side (using the figure 8 and mid mic routine / decoding) have a few questions: If "side" track needs EQ tweaking - is it best done before you split and decode it to L+R - ? Or would it be better to leave it alone - and then EQ the L and R sides to taste, seperately?
My other question - what are the suggestions out there for a professional reference song of acoustic guitar solo, to use for my mixing?
interesting read. Thanks
actually, I need some advice on something. I need to start a new thread on this subject
Thanks for the great work. Your article has helped me improve my recording of acoustic guitars.
Great Tutorial, thanks. There's another technique I've heard about but I don't quite know how to pull off in pro tools. George Martin used to double the Beatles vocals by duplicating a track, but offsetting it by a split second so that he got the extra dimension of another live performance. Anybody tried that one?
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