One of the musical creative skills that moves me the most is improvisation. And from all improvisational situations the fully improvised live solo performance which is the most dangerous thing I can imagine.
Hello guys, if you have an electric guitar and guitar amplifier then you maybe interested to record yourself at decent quality in your home environment. This can be done in various ways - what you'll need is a computer, an audio interface and a microphone.
Hello world, this time I recorded a short video soloing over funk-fusion backing track from Quistjam. (Thanks Man!) To make it as comfortable to use as possible I compiled a short "CHECKLIST" in 10 points to guide you through the solo. You can just print it and have it near you when soloing until it would become a part of your player's instinct :)
The guitar used in the recording is IBANEZ GB30 - check details here.
So let's get directly to quick 10 points checklist for soloing...
Home recording of acoustic guitar through a microphone and piezo DI - how to do it yourself in 5 short steps,
Even if your home studio is not yet prepared with acoustic adaptation you can always look for "ways out" to record acoustic guitars in acceptable quality.
Here is a try with Audio Technica ATM450 cardioid condenser microphone (199 Eur, new) via TC Electronic Desktop Konnekt Firewire interface (80 Eur, used)
Welcome to the gear corner, this is the 1st "adult" guitar I got. Since 2007 in my hands. Extraordinary well crafted, kind of Gibson 335 clone from one of the best guitar factories worldwide. Killer sound for any electric style from jazz to hard rock.