7 WAYS to record an acoustic guitar !
In this video, I demonstrate 7 ways to record an acoustic guitar so you can try and find the best technic for your instrument and to server your song..
Let me know what you think !
Are there phase issues when tracking acoustic direct in and mic at same time?
I recently finished an album of all-acoustic guitar songs. Kinda jazzy, folky, mellow easy listening. I recorded this particular tune with 2 condenser mics focused in an X-Y configuration near 12th fret. The mics were 2 AKG P170's. The mics were both run into 2 separate tube preamps then into a KORG D888 digital 8 track machine. I recorded the rhythm track first then the lead track next. Then transferred the 2 files to computer and produced in the DAW called "MIXCRAFT". I used an open tuning with a drop D and some other adjustments I cant remember right now.
Hi recording.org! Right now I have a Digitech BP90 bass pedal and I like the outboard effects because they are quick to navigate different presets with the foot and all. I also own an Acoustic and i'm planing on getting an electric.
My question is , is it possible to find one pedal that's good for all three guitars?
Completely different everything however in general, which of these examples do you prefer and why?
I've been recording since 1984 and yet i cannot achieve the admirable quality level of the Acoustic Sunrise recording. (We've all heard that little tune on imovie etc). It can also be found on Youtube (if such links are allowed on this site):
Hi guys !
Many of you know I worked on a microphone-parts.com T47 kit.
I received and built a T12 as well. Here is a video showing it with other mics on a guitar
My T12 has a very pronounced proximity effect, but I think it's a nice addition to my collection.. Still trying it on different sources ;)
Tell me what you think..
Hey guys, I'm not new to recording and mixing. But I've come across a problem with recording my guitar that's been frustrating the hell out of me.
Okay, so first I'll run off the equipment I'm using: . Acoustic Guitar paired with a Seymour Duncan Woody pickup. . Mixcraft 7 . Behringer U-PHORIA UMC22 audio interface
That's it . Now I'll finally get to my problem.
I owned the Taylor 314CE for years and passed it off to my daughter. I need a new Taylor or something comparable to be able to earn some extra income. I don't really want the electronics. I'd much rather have nothing inside the box.
That being said, I have been considering the 414CE for some time because I've read its a choice studio acoustic. I also read the Taylor GC8 is really nice too. The slotted peg system in intriguing.
I'm still undecided.
Or, what do you recommend for acoustic guitars?