Factory Underground Tech Instructor Tom Stewart gives viewers a step by guide to upcoming producers, engineers, and guitarists on how to best record electric guitar, with practical tips from his professional experience.
Equipment: Shure SM 57... https://www.shure.com/en-US/products/microphones/sm57
Beyerdynamic M160... https://north-america.beyerdynamic.com/m-160.html
Supro Amp... https://www.suprousa.com/amplifiers/coronado/
Fender Mustang... https://www.fender.com/en-US/electric-guitars/mustang/ P90 Pickups... https://www.lollarguitars.com/lollar-p-90-pickups
Ibanez Artcore... https://www.ibanez.com/usa/products/model/as/
API Preamps... https://www.apiaudio.com/product.php?id=145
00:00 Introduction to How to Record Guitar Like a Pro
00:08 What the Video Will Cover
00:15 Step 1 - Setting Up Amp and Finding Your Tone
00:37 Step 2 - Microphone Choice and Starting Placement
01:15 Step 3 - Adjust Preamp
01:38 Step 4 - Check Microphones for any Phase Issues
02:20 Step 5 - Adjust Microphones If Needed
02:32 Step 6 - Group Microphones in Your DAW for Comping and Editing
02:57 Step 7 - Track Guitar
03:13 Step 8 - Double Guitar Parts by Recording with Different Amps and Guitars
03:45 Step 9 - Double Guitar Parts
04:00 Step 10 - Comp Guitar Parts and Pan Them Accordingly
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