The Magical Doubled Guitar Trick

 

 

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Hey! So you captured the perfect guitar performance and you are done tracking the song. You want to get a doubled sound to pan far left and far right, but you only have one great take. Recording a second double part is not an option (no time, guitarist is not available, tracking was done months ago, string broke, lol) but you want that wide stereo sound. Here is the answer to your dilemma. This trick can work well with any instrument under the same circumstances. It works when you have a repetitive chord progression.

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Women. Home Studios. DAWs. Woohoo!

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So, you love mixing music, and you have no Y chromosome. You are in the right place! Mixing, mastering, recording, producing, audio editing — these skills are not accomplished with anything below our belt line. We use our ears, our minds, and our hearts. The fact that most mixing engineers are males is just one of those things. Like the gender dynamics that existed in the medical field decades ago, when the term “doctor” produced an image of a middle-aged male with a smile and a stethoscope. But times keep on changing. Although we may still visualize a music producer or mixing engineer as a male in the framework of our mind, the access of affordable home recording and mixing technology is in the hands of everyone who wants to create music. Everyone. And I have a feeling that there are females out there who are rockin’ the Auralex off of their home studios. Ladies, this blog’s for you!

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