Learn how to record stereo acoustic guitar! Find out the three best methods of getting a wide guitar recording. I’ll show you two dual micing techniques that are both great ways of getting a wide and rich sound from your acoustic guitar recordings. I’ll then show you a third technique that you can achieve with just one mic. You’ll then be able to listen to all three recordings back to back and see which one you prefer!
In this video, I’m going to show you how to record acoustic guitar with a condenser mic, at home, to capture a professional, high-quality recording.
Do you want to know how to make DI acoustic guitar sound good? Find out how in three steps! DI acoustic guitar can sound muddy and a bit ‘fake’. However, with some careful EQing, gentle compression and the right choice of reverb, you can get a workable and professional sounding tone out of your DId acoustic guitar.
This is how to record acoustic guitar without a mic! Don’t have a mic? Recording in a noisy home or dealing with bad acoustics? Or maybe you just want to lay some acoustic guitar tracks down as quickly as possible. In this video, I’m going to show you the best way of dealing with all of these issues in three simple steps.