Within a short period of time, my guitar went from its comfy, climate-controlled home into freezing temperatures hovering around zero, and then directly down into the heat and humidity of the Caribbean.
At Clubhouse recording studio in Rhinebeck, New York, owner and engineer Paul Antonell has a collection of more than 50 new and vintage amps, and guitarists from around the world seek out his studio and personal expertise to deliver memorable tones.
To give yourself—and your mix engineer—the greatest flexibility in the final stages of production, consider splitting your signal before it hits the delay and capturing two guitar tracks, one clean and one effected.
Mixing can be the most frustrating part of any project. The pressure is on you or whomever is mixing the music to get the kick to be heard with the bass, every vocal level balanced with just the right amount of EQ, every guitar lick punched through, and every reverb just right.
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