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Hello Lee- I'm just now seeing this, so I apologize for the delayed response. Thank you for your question. The single most important factor in making commercially competitive Mixes and Production
Hello Hank- Thank you for the question. If I am being honest with you, you are asking for me to distill the true art of music recording into a few tips. Where to place the microphone is a complex equation
Good morning Andrew- What you experienced is fairly normal. It could be a couple of things. First, often times musicians tune their instruments specific to the environment, for example, I have a very
Hello James! A simple request. Check out Reaper, it's a full featured DAW that will give you EQ and fade out. It is donation based, so try it out, and then buy it if you like it. There is also a Pro
Hello Patrick- Thank you for your question. First, based on that fact that you have a volume control on your Acoustic Guitar, I will assume you are plugging the Guitar in direct to the Mic Pre Amp