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The Biggest Problem With DIY-Recording (And What It Has To Do With Movie Directors)

The questions I get on the topic of DIY-Recording are fantastic and I'll absolutely answer them all, but there is one fundamental "problem":

People almost exclusively ask technical questions. And I totally get it. We all wanna know... 

  • ...how the gear works
  • ...how to set everything up 
  • ...the secrets to dialing in a great tone 
  • ...how to avoid technical issues like hum, latency and running out of CPU power

etc...

But the truth is, this is the easy part. This can all be learned quickly and I'll show you how to do it, of course. But please don't start with that. Not before you've read this post.

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DIY-Recording FAQ – Episode 1: Amp vs DI

This is the first video of the “DIY-Recording FAQ” series that I promised to do and today’s question is: “When it comes to guitars and bass, should we send you DI-signals or should we just mic our amps and send you those tracks?”
Hope this helps and if you want to add a question, please let me know! I’m happy to answer it! Thanks for watching!

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4 Ever Wondered How To Actually Record DI Tracks?

If you record a guitar or bass, I recommend you record a DI track AND a microphone track. I’ve explained the reason for this in one of my Instagram-TV videos (watch the video here). And in this post, you will learn how to actually record DI tracks properly!

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