Transform Your Rough Recordings Into Released Records, Even If You Only Have a Home Studio

How To Easily Tame the Ugly Frequencies of Your Acoustic Guitar

Today’s Yuletide Treat is all about acoustic guitars:

  • How to blend a stereo mic recording with an amped-up signal
  • Why you should use a DI or acoustic guitar amp, to begin with (it’s not why you think)
  • How to use a de-esser to tame the ugly frequencies of the acoustic guitar
  • How to make your acoustic guitar fit with the bass, without clashing in the low-mids
  • How to add the right tone to the guitar to make it cut through without sounding brittle

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