I wrote a post on this 2 years ago, but I have refined my guitar recording technique. The old post is here.
There are MANY ways to do the same thing. I do only one, but it is very easy & fast. I like NOT using a laptop for these recordings…because the fans create background noise. That’s why I use a ZOOM H4
(2015 update – I use a Zoom H6, and do not need to do the “Audacity” step shon…)
For a CD recording I would use better gear (interface, laptop, several mics), but as I have to be my own video & audio engineer I want to make things E-Z!
Click Here to learn about my Recording Gear
If you have ideas, or a better way to do it that could enlighten readers – please comment below – Thanks!
This is a 2 part Video series – Total Viewing time 17 minutes.
Equipment & Software Links:
Click Here to Get the PDF of my current Home Recording Gear (updated 2016)
Maton Michael Fix Model Guitar – http://maton.com.au/product/ebg808c-micfix
Flashpoint Lights with Stands – I use 2 – http://www.adorama.com/FPCL4K.html