Re: Classical Guitar Recommendation (Recording)
- From: Warren <wwg@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 17 Jul 2006 12:41:12 -0400
"Paulo Matos" <pocmatos@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message....
I would like some recommendation on classical guitar, which has a nice
sound, and it's not very expensive.
Moreover, how can I record my play in the computer? Probably I need
some 'line out' on the guitar and connect into the 'line in' on the PC,
Buy one with a pickup and pluge it into the mic input or use a microphone. I
have a pickup in mine but I prefer to use a microphone.
I have read that you usually need to record from the
guitar pickup _AND_ a microphone to reproduce the best
sound in an acoustic recording. Having tried it, I tend
Simultaneously record the g. pickup on one channel (say Left),
while recording from a mic on the other (say Right). Then
in your sound editor, add equalization to each of the tracks
(as separate tracks) to get the best out of each.
Depending upon where you placed the mic, the mic-ed channel
tends to be bass-y. Anyway, tweak channel separately with
EQ to bring out the best. Then blend them together in the
final mix to get the best sound (& repeat EQ if necessary).
I tried to produce a final mix with only one of those
inputs, but found that only a mix of the two would
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