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Learning the correct placement of two microphones on a guitar amplifier is easier than you think. In this video, Grammy award-winning recording engineer, Steve Lamm, will show you some simple tricks to experiment with for optimal results. Why Two Mics on a Guitar Amplifier? To begin, you m…

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All of you home studio owners ask us about how to get great guitar amp recording with the least amount of mics possible–and we understand, you may have a limited mic collection or inputs on your interface. Have no fear, you can get a great guitar amp recording just using one SM57. Grammy…

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Hey all, we get a lot of questions on this topic so we thought we’d have a Grammy award winning recording engineer explain how it’s done. Actually, re-amping a guitar sounds more complicated than it is. It’s a fairly simple process of recording a guitar part clean in to a DAW, routing it t…

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Matt Sepanic may be one of our newer instructors but he’s definitely no less accomplished. He has produced and recorded such bands as Slipknot , Stone Sour, OSI, The Envy Corps, Murderdolls, Roadrunner United, Puscifur, Marilyn Manson, Radio Moscow, Dirty Little Rabbits, Damage Plan,Bonne…

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The global downturn in the music industry may finally be over Exciting news! A major investment bank has declared the music industry is back on track, at least in Sweden and Norway. But, the gist is that these countries are leading the way for the future of the music industry, and that’s n…

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Starting new sessions in Pro Tools can be slow and tedious, especially if you suddenly have a big idea you want to lay down or a client waiting to start a new recording. If you’ve checked out our two previous videos (Using Shortcuts to Set Up New Tracks and Using Shortcuts to Set Up Aux Se…

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