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Doubling guitar octaves

Doubling guitar octaves: Real Recording School Weekly
Doubling guitar octaves: Real Recording School Weekly

Learn one of Larry Crane's arranging tricks that he uses all the time when producing. If you have a simple, delineated guitar single-note melody part in a song, it can sound cool, but what if it is doubled an octave lower? Using baritone guitar, or a Fender Bass 6 is shown, listened to, and discussed. Deciding to only double certain parts, and possibly hold a root note under a moving line, is mentioned, as is what amp to use. Lower octave doubling is a great, classic trick.

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Skill Level Intermediate
7h 47m
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Audio + Music Video Music Production Pro Tools

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