How To Re-Amp Pre Recorded Audio | Studio Basics | WinkSound





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Re-amping is a process in which a previously recorded performance is played back and re-recorded at a later time for the purpose of adding effects, ambience, or modified tonality. Originally, the technique was used mostly for guitars as it separated the playing and amplification aspects of the recording. In this tutorial Paul and Brian from the band Crash The Satellites explain how the re-amping process works and share how they used this technique to record and mix the guitars for their latest album.

Crash The Satellites is an alternative rock band from Jacksonville, FL. You can listen to more of their music by visiting CrashTheSatellites.com and connecting with the on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/CrashTheSatellitesFB



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