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2 guitar amps & 2 mics

Discussion in 'Guitars' started by eddies880, Oct 6, 2004.

  1. eddies880

    eddies880 Guest

    Ive done some recording using 2 guitar amps and two mics (sometimes even 2 mics per amp),panned left and right at the board,using two channels, to try to get that big (im standing next to the amp----big room---full sound).
    Does anyone out there use this method?--------------if not,how about some ideas :wink:
  2. LittleDogAudio

    LittleDogAudio Active Member

    Sep 24, 2004
    Nothing wrong with your technique. Make sure to watch the phase coherancy between the two mics.

    If you like your room sound, I would suggest one mic close and a stereo pair of condensers or ribbons out in the room. Try an X-Y pattern. Again, watch phase.

    In mixdown place the close mic up the middle and pan the stereo pair L-R. Expeiment with the width of the pan.

    Hope this helps,
  3. eddies880

    eddies880 Guest

    Yea------I found out about mic phase problems last night,so you might say I went back to the (less is better) routine and only used 1 Marshall and 1 SM58,ran a TRS to the Comp from the board then to my 880,then I let my effect card to some work for me,much to my suprise,it doenst sound that bad :lol: Ill keep tinkering tommorow :twisted:

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