Pro HQ Electric & acoustic guitar tracks composing, arranging & recording for $150
I love arranging and recording guitar tracks and play styles from classic rock, blues, indie, ambient, electronica, heavy metal, progressive...
I’m equally happy taking specific instructions (including sheet music) or no instructions at all. Typically, we will discuss song direction and guitar concepts in order to achieve the best results for your project.
I have a wide range of guitars include:Gibson, PRS, Fender, Suhr, Taylor, and more, as well as amps, include: Friedman BE-100 dlx, Twin Sister, Small Box 50, JJ junior, Fender Tremolux, Tone-Master, Marshall Silver Jubilee 2555x, 1975 Marshall JMP 50, 1984 Marshall JCM800 super lead 1959, Mesa Boogie mkV, Brunetti Mercury 100 customwork and more. Lots of boutiques and rare guitar pedals as well as plug-ins and IR’s, although, I prefer recording with valve amps, real cabinets & microphones.
My recording signal path is:
Guitar through N-Audio 8x6 amplifier/cabinet selector where I can choose between 8 of my amps and 6 cabinets plugged in,
Fryette PS2 into the N-Audio insert where I get XLR direct signal to the RME FF800 sound interface. DAW: Cubase Pro 12. Workstation HP Z640
I mic up the selected cabinet with two close mics (Royer R121 and Shure SM57)
I use AMS Neve 1073lb & Chandler Limited TG2 500 or some of my 4 transparent RME mic preamps
In the end, I provide 2 separate tracks for each recorded el guitar plus a DI recorded track via Radial J48 for re-amping if needed.
For the acoustics I use a tube condenser mic Rode NTK along with the LR Baggs M1 Body-Sensitive Magnetic Pickup mounted on my trusty Taylor 710CE
If the record needs 12 string acoustic, I use Alvarez Yairy jumbo.
I will send you the high quality dry and wet .WAV files 24bit/48khz (or as required) as separated tracks for you or your mixing engineer to have complete control over.
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