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(The) Art of Audio Recording 103 - Recording Guitars.
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  • 1

    When recording bass, the two recommended microphones to use are:

  • 2

    What's important to do when using a condenser mic to record an amp.

  • 3

    The ORTF technique places the microphone heads how many degrees apart?

  • 4

    To get a brighter tone when recording an electric guitar, you should:

  • 5

    In the lesson, the bass was recorded four different ways: Clean DI, Sans Amp DI, and two microphones.

  • 6

    It's often best to avoid using compression on distorted guitars. True or false?

  • 7

    What can you do to prep a guitar recording session?

  • 8

    When recording bass, which two amps have the perfect blend of frequencies?

  • 9

    Both mic should be the same _____ from the cone.

  • 10

    Which microphone model is ideal when using the ORTF technique?

  • 11

    The ORTF Technique is the best microphone technique for finger picking.

  • 12

    What's a good tip to keep guitar in tune?

  • 13

    An SM57 is used to capture what sound qualities when recording guitars?

  • 14

    According to the lesson, you could make a whole album with an SM57 and a pair of AKG C414s.

  • 15

    According to the lesson, which mic preamp is best to record electric guitars?

  • 16

    It's often best to avoid using compression on acoustic guitars. True or false?

  • 17

    When miking an electric guitar, it is best to focus on microphone placement instead of compression and EQ.

  • 18

    What is an ideal chain for the following guitar effects?

  • 19

    According to the lesson, which mic preamp is best to record electric guitars?

(The) Art of Audio Recording 103
Recording Guitars
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