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Using the noise gate on guitars

As I said in the previous video, a gate is sort of a reverse compressor that can be used to cover up any noises or buzzes or coughs or any kind of low-level noises that were recorded on the track. In this video I am going to show you how to use a noise gate to clean up a guitar track. So the first thing we're going to do is have a listen to this track so you can hear the noise and you can hear the guitar play when it comes in. (music playing) Now what you are hearing there is a very loud Marshall that's set up so it sounds good for the guitar player, but as a result, it has a very loud buzz, and you can hear some string noise and everything prior to the guitar entering.

So what we are going to try to do is get rid of that, so we are going to bring our expander/gate in and just have a quick listen. These are some random settings. And let's hear what happens. (music playing) Now if you take notice, this worked great from standpoint that it got rid of the noise at the beginning, ...

Using the noise gate on guitars
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Using the noise gate on guitars provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Bobby Owsinski as part of the Audio Mixing Bootcamp

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Audio + Music
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