Guitar Nine Columns: Recording Tips and Methods

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Enjoy over 20 years of staff columns, guest columns, interviews and more!

April-May 2004

Audio mastering specialist FC Bester joins us for an introduction to this often misunderstood subject.

February-March 2004

Useful tips on miking up a full drum kit, with Canadian guitarist David Martone.

December-January 2003

Insider tips on selecting a useful mic, with Canadian guitarist David Martone.

October-November 2003

Recording by mail can save thousands in travel costs, with Canadian guitarist David Martone.

October-November 2003

Ever wanted to put together your own home studio? It`s a lot easier and cheaper than you might imagine.

August-September 2003

Using your `Inbox` to do session work, with Canadian guitarist David Martone.

June-July 2003

Performing a seek-and-destroy on 60-cycle hum with Canadian guitarist David Martone.

April-May 2003

Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) updates can be tricky, take it from Canadian guitarist David Martone.

February-March 2003

Don`t be grabby! Taking the take that takes the cake, by Canadian guitarist David Martone.

December-January 2002

Which way do you swing? Ace mastering engineer and guitarist Paul Abbott discusses each platform`s unique capabilities and characteristics.

December-January 2002

Getting a great signal from your guitar to your sound card, by Canadian guitarist David Martone.

December-January 2002

How to get big, fat rhythm guitars even bigger and fatter, and other panning tips.

October-November 2002

Ace mastering engineer and guitarist Paul Abbott discusses how mastering can mean the difference between a good-sounding CD and a professional CD.

October-November 2002

Fatting up your recorded sound with real double tracking, by Canadian guitarist David Martone.

August-September 2002

Ace mastering engineer and guitarist Paul Abbott helps you avoid a muddy, undefined low to low-mid sound.

August-September 2002

Why you need a number of tones to impress, by Canadian guitarist David Martone.

June-July 2002

Why your drum machine may be a demo-only tool, by Canadian guitarist David Martone.

June-July 2002

Joboj takes you through MIDI drums In 7222 characters or less (give or take).

April-May 2002

Getting rid of those nasty sonic holes in the center of your mix, by Canadian guitarist David Martone.

February-March 2002

You can bet your low `E` string that Canadian guitarist David Martone can improve your bottom end.

December-January 2001

Canadian guitarist David Martone discusses the benefits and advantages of mastering your CD.

October-November 2001

Don`t send that master tape off to the duplicators without first checking out Steve Trovato`s final mix tips.

October-November 2001

Canadian guitarist David Martone opens up the mailbag to answer a reader question about tone.

August-September 2001

Canadian guitarist David Martone returns with his insights on the home digital studio phenomenon.

August-September 2001

If you`ve got what it takes, check out Steve Trovato`s thoughts on the subject.

June-July 2001

Canadian guitarist David Martone will help you calm your nerves in the studio.

April-May 2001

Canadian guitarist David Martone has first-hand advice on tone, tone and more tone.

February-March 2001

Canadian guitarist David Martone has first-hand advice on the importance of pre-production.

December-January 2000

Canadian guitarist David Martone has learned a lot about recording over the years. Let`s check in and see what David has for us on the art of recording.

December-January 1998

Paul Abbott discusses the phenomenon of sound.

December-January 1998

Putting yourself in the shoes and sticks of the drummer.

August-September 1997

13 additional tips you can use today to improve your tracks.

June-July 1997

Dan McAvinchey helps you to eliminate those pesty sonic gremlins from your home or project studio.

April-May 1997

Reader tips for twangin' up your sound.

February-March 1997

The use and abuse of compression.

December-January 1996

Ideas for improving your recorded guitar sound.

December-January 1996

Javascript-powered calculator automatically gives you the proper delay times to match the tempo of your music.

October-November 1996

McAvinchey dips into his magic bag to bring you 16 tips you can use today to improve your tracks.

August-September 1996

The use of delay in the studio.

August-September 1996

Studio and music business psychobabble explained.

June-July 1996

Why setting levels properly will help you achieve optimal sound and clarity.

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