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Mic’ing electric guitar for pick sound

Mic’ing electric guitar for pick sound: Real Recording School Weekly
Mic’ing electric guitar for pick sound: Real Recording School Weekly

In this video engineer and producer Larry Crane (founder of Tape Op Magazine) shows you how to capture the little plink or chime of an electric guitar strings being played while also recording a guitar amp in an adjacent room. Checking polarity of the mic recording and polarity and phase relationships is shown and discussed. This mic’ing trick adds a definition you won’t get from a guitar amp, and it might add something unique and interesting to the right part of a song or performance.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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