How to Record Your Guitar at Home
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“If you are ready to take your fingerstyle playing to the next level, then Adam Rafferty’s lessons are for you.
The songs are beautifully put together, and taught in bite size pieces that enable one to progress towards learning the entire song.
Adam’s teaching style is such that it feels as if he is sitting in the room with you, walking you through the piece. I highly recommend these videos, it’s helped take my playing ability to a higher level.”
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“I am a guitar teacher by trade. As a teacher, player, and lover of guitar music I have been influenced by Adam in tons of positive ways.
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“I have been following Adam Rafferty’s videos, DVD lessons and blogs online for several years now.
He is an exceptional performer and teacher and I have found that applying many of his techniques has improved my playing and my confidence immensely.
Though fingerstyle arrangements can be quite challenging, Adam reduces the work load by getting right to the techniques that ease the pain.
His gift is making a difficult piece sound simple and he helps me do the same.”
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George Margo says
I like your style of playing………
Thank you George!
eleftherios kipopoulos says
I am a fan of yours and I admire your guitar playing! This video is very helpful!
Is mic also pluged into the Zoom H4 for audio recording?
Yes, MIC and DI are both plugged into the H4. I have upgraded to a ZOOM H6 – sounds better, and I do not need to do the Audacity / mono / stereo step.
All the best
I just came across this, it’s such a help. I have a Zoom Q8 video camera with XLR input. Can you explain what you mean by phantom power with the Zoom Hn? I’m assuming the Q8 provides that as well… but…
Nevermind about the phantom power! I found my answer in the specs. Thanks so much for this great video. 🙂
Deborah – excellent!
Leon Snow says
Where is the sound coming from? You’re plugged into computer….do you have external speakers on computer? No guitar amplifier involved?
No amp involved. Usually one mic and then also guitar plugged directly into the ZOOM. I get 2 signals that way, and then mix. All the best! AR