I've never heard one of these. Love the depth of the bass when it comes in. Looks like many of the videos I watched are using pick-ups however I would enjoy hearing examples of them being recorded with mics.
Any examples, please share.
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 !
This is my first post. Thank you all so much for an invaluable resource! I have read the rules, searched for a similar post but nothing was quite like I was looking for so here it is!
Now I use Zoom H4n with the in-built microphones to record classical guitar at home. I use it as audio interface to record to Audacity, or record to SD and then import it to PC. Here is a recording example:
I am using Peavey ReValver Mk III.V as an effects processor and I am having difficulties coming to terms with the fact that after I record a guitar track into Sonar X3 the effects aren't recorded but rather just the DI signal. I installed Peavey ReValver as an plugin effect inside a folder for use in Sonar X3 but latency seems to be an issue when I have 4-6 guitar tracks with PR as a plugin effect.
What should I do or check so that when I am recording guitar it is the signal that I hear from Peavey ReValver?
Hey guys so basically I just got a Tascam US 1800 and when I plug my guitar into the interface and then adobe audition I never get any sound. I can record drums just fine, but i have no clue how to get any signal what so ever on guitar. What do i do?
Is there a way to set up a compressor or limiter, flanger or other so that while recording straight into my DAW (Studio One) I can get the feel of a guitar volume pedal ( as I don't have a pedal)? I know once I'm editing I can do fade ins and fade outs but wondered if there was a way to accomplish the feel while recording? I thought maybe some kind of effect with a slow attack and / or slow release might work?
I'm a jazz guitarist trying to record a few tunes to post on my website. I've used iMovie but the sound quality is just terrible. I don't have any mics, but my Acoustic Image Clarus 2 Series 4 has a Direct Out option (XLR). I would like to record DI but am unsure about how to go about doing so. I assume I need to purchase an audio interface, but don't know which one to buy given my current setup. I have a MacBook (6 years old) running on Snowleopard. Any help would be appreciated.
theres a studio trick to erase unwanted string noise?
or start over to record?
[I have tried googling this issue for several days before deciding to post this here]
I have a Behringer Guitar Link UCG102 that I'd like to use to record a bass guitar, using my computer running Nuendo 3.2.0.
Trouble is that I'm a newbie to Nuendo and cannot figure out how to record my bass from my amp's DI.