This “Essential Guide for Guitar Recording” by guest blogger Diego Cardini will show you how to make great recordings, the easy way. Whether you have just learned a few licks or have been playing for years, many of us are interested in recording our guitars. Not only is it a great way to capture our […]
My first home recording set up was an Akai ¼ inch 2 track and a Harmon Kardon cassette deck, no EQ, the only effects I had were a few effects pedals. I would program one of my primitive drum machines or use a factory preset non-programmable rhythm machine while I was recording that I would usually add my bass or rhythm guitar. And after a suitable take I would ping pong the tracks back and forth from the 2 track to the cassette, adding effects on the fly.
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