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    CCR recording feedback

    I started with home recording in February this year and I've been struggling quite a bit to get my recordings to sound good. I'd like to think that I've been doing some progress, but of course I realize that I still have a long way to go. I know that I have to become a better guitar player, so...
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    Recording guitars with ISO cab

    Hi guys, I just bought an ISO cab despite being warned that it would make my guitar sound very boxy. The manufacturer told me that they hadn't had any complaints, provided you don't place the mics too far from the speaker. I've made a recording of Lodi (CCR) and uploaded it to SoundCloud (link...
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    Distorted rhythm guitar not sounding right

    I’m very new to home recording, started just a few months ago. In order to learn how to get the right sound, I thought it would be a good idea to record some really easy rock songs. I’m using Logic Pro to record my guitar and create the tracks for bass, drums, etc. I find it so hard to get the...
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    Shure SM57 low signal

    Dave, be careful what you wish for! Here is an old riff . Knock yourself out! Let's see what noise level you have.
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    Emulated Output Mono Balanced XLR Socket

    My Blackstar amp has an Emulated Output Mono Balanced XLR Socket. Can I use this output to connect to an audio interface (AXE I/O) for recording?
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    Shure SM57 low signal

    I'm using a Shure SM57 to record my guitar. I know that the SM57 has a weak signal and is built to record on high volume. However, I have neighbors who arn't very appreciative of my music, so I need to record on low volume. The amp has a built-in attenuator, so it still sounds good. Do you think...