Recording Distored Guitar and Vocals...

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Recording Distored Guitar and Vocals...

Post by JonasStevens » Fri Mar 27, 2009 8:48 pm

at the same time. Can do? Can't do? I've had and used this for awhile but I'm just curious if I'm able to...

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Re: Recording Distored Guitar and Vocals...

Post by tonyoci » Sat Mar 28, 2009 6:52 pm

I'm not sure you can do it but the trick is to use a DUAL patch, this will allow your two inputs to be recorded separately. However the options on a dual patch are limited and I don't remember there being any distortion available.

You could of course record the guitar then sing along to it as a second track afterwards.
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Re: Recording Distored Guitar and Vocals...

Post by JonasStevens » Wed Apr 01, 2009 6:26 pm

That's what I plan on doing but I like having scratch vocals with the guitar so I know where I am in the song. I'm using the ps-04 to flesh out some song ideas and like to hear them as I work.

Thanks, I'll mess with the dual patch though :]
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