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The Recording Guitarist: A Guide to Studio Gear, Techniques and Tone (Revised and Updated Edition) (Music Pro Guide Books & DVDs) (Music Pro Guides)
The Recording Guitarist explores the world of recording the guitar, covering everything from selecting guitars and amps to employing effects and mastering recording techniques in a variety of recording environments - from the modest home studio to a professional facility outfitted with pro-quality gear and a staff of engineers. Offering valuable insights...
The Recording Guitarist explores the world of recording the guitar, covering everything from selecting guitars and amps to employing effects and mastering recording techniques in a variety of recording environments - from the modest home studio to a professional facility outfitted with pro-quality gear and a staff of engineers. Offering valuable insights and tips for the novice or professional, The Recording Guitarist thoroughly examines guitars (electric and acoustic) and amps used in the studio, and explains how to select among them to achieve the desired sound. The signal chain is explained, and signal processors (effects) are analyzed according to type, placement in the signal chain, and contribution to the overall mix. In addition to helping readers create a "total guitar sound" for the studio, the book also tackles recording equipment, techniques, and formats. Also included is advice from recording industry pros such as Carl Verheyen, Al Di Meola, Alex Lifeson, and Phil Ramone. A special feature is a section called Dial a Sound - an illustrated guide to the setups and recording rigs of 14 guitar greats, including Eric Johnson, Dimebag Darrell, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Jimi Hendrix, Eddie Van Halen, and others. Discusses: * Electric and acoustic guitars and their unique tones * Recording hardware and software * Effects and how to use them * Monitors * Overdubbing * Mixing
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