How to Record a Song - Part 2: Recording Guitar and Bass





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Uploaded on May 27, 2011

Have great ideas on your guitar or bass that you want to record? Line 6′s Propellerhead Product Specialist Matt Piper shows you how to get started recording guitar and bass with your computer at home using Propellerhead Record + Reason Duo software. This video also includes a section on microphone placement for recording a guitar amplifier.

This video is the second part in a series. The first video on how to get set up is here: http://youtu.be/gvzS2jS7bRc

Next time, Matt will show you how to program drum and percussion parts!

Please note that subsequent to the production of this video, Record Reason Duo has been replaced by Reason 6.5. Reason 6.5 has everything you see in the video plus powerful new features including new effects devices, thousands of new presets, sounds, and loops, and support for 3rd-party Rack Extensions.

You can hear the finished song in its entirety here: http://mattpiper.bandcamp.com/track/b...

Here are links to all the videos in this series:

How to Record a Song -- Part 1: Set Up

How to Record a Song -- Part 2: Recording Guitar and Bass

How to Record a Song -- Part 3: Programming Drums and Percussion

How to Record a Song -- Part 4: Keyboards and Editing

How to Record a Song -- Part 5: Vocals and Pitch Correction

How to Record a Song -- Part 6: Mixing and Mastering

And here is a link to the entire playlist of Propellerhead videos by Matt Piper at line6movies: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=...

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