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3 Steps To Recording Better Guitar And Bass Tracks In Your Home Studio

by Graham CochraneAugust 29, 2016

If you want killer sounding guitar and bass tracks in your home studio don’t be like old Graham.

Old Graham would simply grab his guitar, dial in a sound, hit record and go. When I was pretty confident with my take, I’d move on with my life and build out the rest of the song.

The problem with this strategy is that I would end up with flat, mediocre sounding guitar and bass tracks in the end. But I didn’t know why! Turns out there is a strategy involved in getting the sounds I hear on my favorite records.

Today I want to share that strategy with you as I walk you through more of my EP process. In today’s video I share 3 simple steps to capturing bigger, more “mix-ready” guitar and bass tracks in the home studio!

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About The Author
Graham Cochrane
Graham Cochrane
Graham Cochrane is a creative and versatile producer, engineer, songwriter, and worship leader based out of Tampa, FL. He provides remote mixing, and mastering services to clients worldwide.   As the founder of The Recording Revolution, Graham's articles and tutorials have been featured worldwide by Avid, PreSonus, Slate Digital, Editors Keys, and Behringer to name a few, reaching readers in over 40 countries.   For more information and samples of Graham's work, please visit www.grahamcochrane.com.
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