Audio Engineering
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All of you home studio owners ask us about how to 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 awar…

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Reamping guitar

Hey all, we get a lot of questions on this topic so we thought we’d have a Grammy award winning recording engineer show you how it’s done. Actually, re-amping a guitar sounds more complicated than it is. As Steve Lamm explains, it’s a fairly simple process of recording a guitar part clean…

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matt-sepanic

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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Create Templates in Pro Tools

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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dennis-r

Audio Engineer/Instructor Dennis Ritchie has been a producing, engineering and playing music for over 30 years. He’s recorded numerous multi-platinum, Grammy and Emmy winning artists in Nashville and L.A including Johnny Cash, Vince Gill, Eric Church, Bela Fleck, Emmylou Harris and newer a…

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As the band Talking Heads famously put in their album notes, “Singing is a trick to get people to listen to music for longer than they would ordinarily.” Whether you agree with that statement or not, you’ll probably agree that the vocal does play a huge part in a song. In fact, it might be…

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