Discover A Guide To Amps, Monitors, Recording And Effects For Guitar
Popular guitar blog releases information on perfecting the guitar sound on stage and in the studio. Guitar players will understand what it takes to build their sound to their liking and how to produce great sound for the audience.
Mike Sunderlin of Mike’s Guitar Talk finds information for guitar players to help perfect their sound on stage and in the studio. From perfecting the on stage monitor mix, building trust with a sound engineer, being prepared for a stage show, and recording effects in the studio, Mike delivers at http://www.mikesguitartalk.com/2011/08/gear-guide-amps-monitors-recording-and.html.
According to Mike, “Mastering your sound is an essential step at the open mic jam session, recording studio, or even live tour.” The way a guitar player sounds is essentially his or her reputation. Understanding how to perfect that sound is essential.
“The relationship between guitarist and sound engineer is crucial.” Mike says, “Whether it’s a stadium show or a recording studio, a sound engineer is responsible for how your guitar sounds to listeners.”
“Most of you, like me,” Mike shares, “May not have the luxury of hiring guitar techs to worry about this stuff for you on stage for you, so it’s always good to be ready.” Mike supplies tips accessory suggestions so every guitar player can be ready for a stage show or recording session.
Learn how to prepare for a gig or recording session, perfect the monitor mix, record effects at Mike’s Guitar Talk. Visit http://www.mikesguitartalk.com/ for all this and so much more!
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