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    Awesome Strat! I really appreciate all the helpful techniques!

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    You should check out fab recording an acoustic guitar at the gearfest festival:
    Gearfest 2011: Tracking 4/6 Vocal + Guitar - PUREMIX

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    Very helpful! Thanks for the tips.

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    I like to play guitar. The sounds of guitar are so peaty. You can use multi-miking in recording. To capture two speakers in a multi-speaker cab or to record a bigger sound that delivers the response of two different microphones in similar positions on one speaker, you can try using two mics in a close or semi-close placement. Thanks.

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    Nice write up WhiteStrat! It would have been nice to have something like this to guide me when I first started out but then that would have been to easy.

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    Thanks for posting your entire process with the links. It's great to have references for recording, especially to learn one of the ways to do it.

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    I've also found that recording one take of my guitar (multi or single mix) in one capo position and then another take with the capo in another position makes for some really full/lush sounds.

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    Very informative and detailed, thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by drumslinger View Post
    Nice write up WhiteStrat! It would have been nice to have something like this to guide me when I first started out but then that would have been to easy.
    Hey--it took me years to stumble upon it!

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    Thanks for posting your entire process with the links. It's great to have references for recording, especially to learn one of the ways to do it.
    Thanks! I'm glad you liked it.

    Quote Originally Posted by projectmix101 View Post
    I've also found that recording one take of my guitar (multi or single mix) in one capo position and then another take with the capo in another position makes for some really full/lush sounds.
    Yep--that's a favorite technique of mine--it can end up sounding like a twelve-string, but split into two channels. Very cool indeed...

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    Very informative and detailed, thanks!
    You're welcome. Thanks for checking it out.

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    Supper tutorial. My main instrument is acoustic guitar and I have been trying out different configurations for recording...from the pic, that looks a lot like my Alvarez....similar inlay on the board, etc... Very nice. I am going to work on duplicating that process. What interface and DAW are you using ???

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