Tweet Part 3 of 3 video interviews with Diamond Duggal from the band Swami. Diamond talks about recording guitars for the new album ‘Upgrade’.
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Tweet Recording Electric Guitar by Myles Boisen The electric guitar (“El Gtr” in engineer shorthand) is one of the easiest instruments to record. Even a modest rig-a good guitar coupled with a decent amplifier-makes the engineer’s job a cinch, offering plenty of level, a variety of easily adjustable tones, and-with most modern amps, at least-an [...]
Tweet Top Tips for Recording Vocals What type of microphone should I use? Condenser microphones are generally best for recording vocals. They don’t handle high sound pressure levels as well as
Tweet How To Place Microphones By: Marvin J Markus While it’s definitely important to use quality mics and good preamps, I think it’s far more important that you know how to properly place your microphones to get the best sound. Spot, distant, ambient, stereo, and combined miking are the five choices you have to choose [...]
Tweet Set Up A Home Studio To Make Your Own Recordings by: Edgar Clyne Nowadays affordable computers and great audio hardware make it feasible for anyone to make great recordings.
Tweet Guide to Choosing the Right Microphone Use the chart below to help you choose the right microphone. Disclaimer: This is our version of a chart that was originally created by Dan Richards at www.thelisteningsessions.com
Tweet Mic, Line and Instrument Level – What’s the Difference? Mic Level When sound hits the diaphragm of a microphone very low voltage signals are produced. On a dynamic microphone these signals are typically around 1.5 millivolts. For a more sensitive microphone the voltage would be more like 70 millivolts. These signals are weak and [...]