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If you want to only use one microphone to record all of that at once, you will need an omnidirectional condenser microphone. The best microphone of this type is probably a Neumann U87. You would have better results buying one microphone for each instrument. You could buy 20 Apex 520 multi-pattern condenser microphones for the cost of 1 U87, and get better results. If you only have 1 microphone input, use a mixer to mix all of the microphones to 1 signal.
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Martin, then Gibson. Epiphones and Taylors are nice too
Ive been doing some research on that...Seems as though most woods (sitka spruce, rosewood etc.) work well, but it needs to say solid wood in the specs especially f…or the top of the guitar. If its not solid, it will be laminate wood which has glue and deadens the tone. If the back and sides are solid, the guitar will sweeten with age, but that is the main difference. Solid woods. There are many expensive guitars even up to a martin costing 33000 dollars, but mostly the reason for this outrageous price is the random woods used to make it.
it depends what sound you like. But in my opinion steel strings don't have the best sound to them, the other plasticy ones have more of a clear sound to them and don't hurt yo…ur fingers as much. It depends more on the type of strings what sound it makes more than the guitar body.
There are lots of good electro acoustic guitars in the world. The best is only a personal preference that suits the guitar player. I recommend you save money to buy… the most you can reasonably afford and when you buy it, have it "set-up" to suit your style of playing.
If your a beginner you want to learn on an electric. Electrics have slimer necks, and are easyer to hold the strings down on. If you realy want an acustic, go with an Ibane…z. There good quality, and not very expensive.
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What will produce a better sound with home recording A perfect electric acoustic guitar plugged into the computer or a perfect acoustic guitar recorded with a perfect mic?
probably if plugged into the computer, you'd probably get more noise using a mic, that might depend.
Please mssg me with the types of recording gear you have and the style of music you want to record.
NO Lots of students take courses from different schools. Most often, students in an accelerated high school program take college courses that aren't available in their high s…chools. Also, many college students take courses either from other schools or correspondence courses while attending their primary college or university. To ensure that the credits are transferable, it is wise to speak to your counselor before signing up for the course. So the answer is...Yes.
They aren't too bad. They're used mostly for a drum or amps but a good dynamic mic should work fine for vocal recording, but if you want great vocal recording, you will want t…o record with a condenser mic
Stairway to heaven- Led Zeppelin (Must know!) Blackbird- Beatles Is there anybody out there?- Pink Floyd (The instremental is nice) Wish you were here- Pink Floyd Wonderwall…- Oasis (another must learn) Nothing Else Matters- Metalicca. More than Words- Extreme When the children cry- White lion Some lesser known songs would be: Most things by The Scene Aesthetic, especially off their first album: Building homes from what we've known. Look up Sungha Jung! He's amazing!!!!! Newton Faulkner hasn't got as much credit as he deserves! Some of his best acoustics: Feels like home. I Need Something. He's best known is: Dream Catch me, and he does an acoustic version of that. You can't pick his best, but once you get into him you'll discover loads of songs by him you'll want to learn! There are just a few, hope i helped:)
Dean guitars, if you have the money. If not, go with a Fender
It's possible, but will not produce a recording with good sound quality. If recording with one microphone you should record guitar and vocals separately and overlap the sounds…. A good program for doing this that is free is Audacity. You can record the guitar part and the listen to the recording while you sing to a playback.
If it has any kind of electric pickup or built in microphone setup, then the best and most clearest recording can be done using a guitar cord to USB interface and record it di…rectly to software.