Re: [LAU] Applying effects when recording electric guitars: before or after recording?

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To: James Stone <jamesmstone@...>, Dave Phillips <dlphillips@...>
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Date: Thursday, July 7, 2011 - 12:30 pm

--- On Thu, 7/7/11, Dave Phillips wrote:

> From: Dave Phillips

you can do "both at the same time" of course :)
Play your guitar through effects directed to your amp (used as live monitoring in this case), and record the clean sound at the same time (you need a signal splitter, like a half-normalled module on a patch-bay for example).

This way you can still have the live feel while playing and recording, and you can reamp the recorded material later on, fine-tune the effecs a posteriori, etc. You can of course record the distorted sound at the same time you record the clean one by outputting your amp output to your recording gears.

Cheers!
J.

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