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  1. Home Recording
    When recording clean guitar parts is it a common technique to double (or more) the guitars or is doubling (and beyond) generally used for distorted rhythm guitars? Also, is it common to double (or more) leads? Furthermore, when recording clean guitar is it common practice to add compression...
  2. Lossy Audio Bootlegs
    Hi, Just to ask the forum members addicted to lossy records due to small size and faster download if you have objections to use other codec than mpeg layer 3. My idea is to use ogg encoding because for the same bitrate you have the approximatively same file size but with better quality. The...
  3. Amps and Amp Modeling
    im looking to buy a couple pedals for my rig. i play with a fender strat through a marshal half stack tube amp. i really like the crunch on the amp and the clean sounds nice too, but the sustain is lacking a little on the clean channel. i also want to boost/clean up my crunch too. im trying to...
  4. Home Recording
    Hi, I'm still a noob playing with recording my guitar. I am playing finger-picking and chord/melody on an acoustic-nylon with an under-saddle piezo pickup. I am recording straight into a little portable digital recorder (24-bit). My questions are for when I master on the computer. Here's what...
  5. Home Recording
    First, as a newbie I apologize if this post is in the wrong place. My question is on accessories for guitar playing (thru an amp) and for guitar recording. I have an Eastman semi-hollow which I love. My amp is a Fishman Loudbox Performer (really an acoustic guitar amp - but for clean...
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