In this video, we take an already recorded song and change the tempo, in this case, speed up the tempo. Fast and easy.
How to get a bigger guitar sound by using 2 guitars a 57 and a ribbon mic. Layering electric guitar parts for more weight, depth, and dimension to the existing parts. I’m not adding parts to just add more tracks, it does have a purpose, adding depth and texture.
I’ll be micing and recording my Marshall JCM800 100 Watt Amp with a 4X12 Marshall Cabinet. Mics I’ll be using are the Shure SM57 and the Sterling ST170 Ribbon Mic.
Song: Crazy Love
By: My Revolution
Words and Music by: B Ferguson/T Faber
#recordingelectricguitar #mixingelectricguitar #layeringguitar
In this video, I go over the final touches on this blues-rock track, in the style of Joe Bonamassa with a female singer, and the final mix from the live YouTube video I recently had done. This video details the drums and what I changed from the first video and how I got the sound I did. There will be separate videos for the bass guitar/electric guitars, vocals, vocal throws, keyboards, and automation.
Audio files will be available until March 15th listed here. When you enter your email you’ll a download link window will pop up. https://mailchi.mp/c4ec0d2d5c0c/mixing-stems
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00:00 Before and After Drum Sound
00:45 Welcome – Introduction
01:35 Listening to the intro, verse, and first chorus sample of the finished song
03:44 Overall Drum Sound in Solo Mode
04:35 Kick Drum Processing
15:04 Snare Drum Processing
19:25 Room Mic Processing
22:00 Drum Bus Parallel Channel Processing
24:50 Reverb on Snare Drum
25:44 Closing thoughts Thank You!
This is the edited live stream from the previous week, editing out all of the glitches at the intro and un-needed material to move the mix along a bit faster. The video will be chaptered for your convenience. The audio files are available for mixing at the link below.
Song “Gunsmoke” by My Revolution ( By Bret Ferguson & Tara Faber ©2016)
3:28 Comments and Objectives
4:35 Raw session preview
5:18 Resetting Fader Positions
8:27 Bass and Guitars
11:00 Drums adding Plugins
25:56 Drum Bus Procession
27:15 Reverb on Drums
31:08 Bass Processing
35:05 Revisit Drums Hi-Hat and Tom Reverb
38:09 Guitar Processing
43:36 Guitar Bus Processing
51:52 Vocal Reverb and Delay
1:05:00 Special Effects
1:11:36 Keys Procession
1:14:47 Vocal Bus Processing
1:17:43 Guitar Solo
1:23:37 Master Bus Processing
1:25:57 Review Current Mix
1:35:17 Additional Bus Processing
1:39:17 Add Guitar Processing
1:41:00 Final Thoughts and Video Number 2 to Come
#rockmixsession #mixingrockmusic #freemixstems
Recording acoustic guitar doesn’t have to be difficult or hard. In this video, I show you how I got these guitars to get the right sound for this song/track. Using Pro Tools, IK Multimedia Black 76, and Waves Schepps 73 EQ.
This is the shorter version of “Dialing in a Mix with the Chris Lord-Alge Signature Series” video. This goes into less detail but gets right to the Before and After audio comparisons.