One of the coolest pro recording studio techniques is called re-amping. Using this easy trick can open up all kinds of creative options for your production. Here's how it works.
Record a guitar part straight into your DAW clean, no amp - no distortion. Now you can send the clean track BACK to the amp for another pass using the Reamp box. This allows you to change the guitar amp settings for a different sound, or use another amp altogether.
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Everybody who records wants to sound "good" right? So how do you get there? Ten thousand dollar vintage German microphones? Wouldn't hurt, no doubt, but I thought I'd speak to some simple, easy, and affordable ways to get your best foot forward when you go to record your new song. There's three crucial elements we should consider to improve the sound of a recording. The mic, the positioning/level setting, and the room. Other things like the convertor, plug-ins, instrument
What's a mic pre and why do I need one? The proper term is microphone pre-amp. It's an actual amplifier that takes the very low wimpy signal that comes out of professional microphones, and boosts the signal to make it usable in modern electronic gear such as mixers, tape machines, or other audio equipment. Without a mic pre your mic signal would be so low you could barely hear it. No bueno. Often you have a mic pre and might not know it's there. If a mixer or other sound