Episode #13

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Episode #13

Postby PipeManMusic » Wed Feb 11, 2009 4:00 pm

If there is to be any discussion about episode #13 it should be here.

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Re: Episode #13

Postby simta » Tue Feb 17, 2009 10:55 pm

so when is this episode coming out?
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Re: Episode #13

Postby steevc » Tue Mar 10, 2009 7:57 am

I just listened to the episode on my way to work. Some good tips there, but I thought you could have mentioned what hardware and software you are using for the recording.

I was having a play at some recording last night by plugging my guitar into my Zoom H4 as an interface to record in Audacity. I was just messing about, so nothing to share yet. I find recording a bit scary as it shows up all the flaws in my playing, but then that should encourage me to improve.

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Re: Episode #13

Postby PipeManMusic » Tue Mar 17, 2009 5:34 pm

So for the scratch track I used a AudioTechnica AT3035 Microphone in a shock mount on a boom stand with a Nady pop filter into a Mackie cl-1604 mixer and direct out of that channel into a M-audio Delta 1010lt sound card. The guitar is an Epiphone DR-200CE.

Recording your self can be the best way to improve your playing.

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