Hey guys. I'm new to audio engineering and would like criticism and feedback on what I'm trying to do here. I'm basically just trying to record classical music (all the instrument parts) on electric guitars and bass, staying as faithful as practical to the original music while also making some concessions to make the instrumentation sound more modern.
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?
Attached mp3 was showing the NOISE that I was/am facing during recording section. What was that issue and where was it come from, still, how to solve it?
USB Audio Interface
Mic XLR input
Power supplies from the same source
I am plugging my electric guitar straight into my RME UFX interface and the results are good.
But would it be even better if i had my guitar thru a DI box?
I am just sitting at home recording into Ableton live and Pro Tools.
I have read some things about how it improves the signal, but is it really necessary in my situation?
Hi everyone, this is my first post here.
I'm looking to purchase a single mic to record female (alto) vocals, and acoustic and clean electric guitar. My guitar amp is a Princeton Reverb. I know that I should probably get two separate mics but I don't have the space or budget for that as I live in a very small room.