During my interview with Desi Serna of the Guitar Music Theory podcast, we briefly discussed the importance of recording yourself.
Not only on guitar, but any instrument you might be learning. This allows you to develop yourself as a player and as a musician way faster, as you are aware of areas where you need to do more work.
So in this episode I will explore the subject further, giving you easy options to record yourself, be it on your phone, tablet or computer.
PlayerListen to “Episode 49: Easy ways to record yourself” on Spreaker.
This episode has the following structure:
- Contact information and how you can support
- Breakdown of options for recording yourself: software, iOS, Amps, Modellers and Interfaces
Last week’s episode on New World Audio
The Guitar Music Theory website by Desi Serna
Links for the software mentioned on the episode
Amazon affiliate links for the gear mentioned on the episode
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Amazon affiliate links to the items utilised in this week’s episode:
- Focusrite Scarlett Solo
- Universal Audio Apollo Twin
- Rode Procaster Microphone
- Rode NT1 Microphone
- AKG K702 headphones
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