Archives For Electric Guitar Recording

Line 6 has claimed to have produced something that can create a staggering amount of tones and tunings that previously would have required an arsenal of electric, acoustic, and resophonic instruments. In other words, a game changer. So have they created something truly revolutionary, or is it another digital toy to be laughed at by vintage tone snobs?

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I’m not convinced that mic placement is always the first/biggest problem when capturing a great guitar sound. It may be the least of our problems.

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Ribbon mics on electric guitars are all the rage Why? Is a Royer R121 or Cascade FatheadII really THAT more potent than a Shure SM57?

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bozmillar has nailed the sound of hard panned, doubled guitars and he’s done it with a single guitar in one take.

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Find out if the Royer R121 is the king of electric guitar recording when we put it up against Shure SM57, Royer R121, Sennheiser MD421, Cascade Fathead II, and Shure SM7b.

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I’m running into more and more audio recorders who are never satisfied with the metal guitar recordings. This blog is for you.

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It’s very popular these days to see pictures of big metal bands recording with three or four amps all at the same time. Let’s see if hear if there is a benefit to using more than one amp.

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