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Old 03-23-2010, 03:52 PM
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Default Audio recording tips

Hi friends,

I know that some folks have asked me "on the side" in the past for audio recording tips for live recordings of acoustic or electric instruments and vocals. I have a friend (Marc Miller) who runs a recording studio. He has graciously posted a ton (100+ and counting) of tips and tricks he's written up over the years, and he's sharing them for free. You can find them at his EADGPoet website.

Enjoy!
Sherry
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