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01-09-2012 09:00 AM
It's not really relying cues that's my issues, it's finding the zen in my head that's the issue. We record drums first and then one of us puts down the first guitar part. I know practice makes perfect and hearing it from all these people helped a little more. Thanks duds.
are you relying on cues from other players when playing the song live (four counts after jim plays that widdly bit i start playing the chugga-chugga bit, or whatever) that aren't there when you're tracking? I found that if you have someone playing or singing in your headphones while you record your part can help.
01-09-2012 09:02 AM
We'll be practicing and I'll be fine with keeping time and remembering my parts but as soon as it comes time to hit record, I get nervous, choke and fuck up chord changes, forget parts and generally lose my place in time.
Anyone else have this problem when they first started recording track by track? This has been the first time I've ever done it (been working with a friend in his basement studio for the last couple months) so I know there's some time for improvement.
Any recommendations? Jerking off? Jogging? New delay pedal?
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01-10-2012 06:17 AM
pretty much this. also, just remember that recording should be kind of fun.
I usually just finish the take and punch in and out and leave it like that, if I don't like it the day after, I just do another you know sometimes little flaws can sound great in the end
01-10-2012 06:19 AM
recording should be kind of fun.
01-10-2012 06:42 AM
Record live in a good studio and enjoy the superior sound quality.
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