Great new article on recording classical guitar

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Ceciltguitar
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Great new article on recording classical guitar

Post by Ceciltguitar » Fri May 11, 2018 10:07 pm

At classical guitar dot com there is an excellent article dated May 3, 2018 titled "Recording Classical Guitar: Sage Advice from Engineers John Taylor, Norbert Kraft, and Ricardo Marui".

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Re: Great new article on recording classical guitar

Post by Ceciltguitar » Fri May 11, 2018 10:45 pm

There is a link at the end of the article to another article with the author's more specific recording advice.

These articles are both from the summer 2018 issue of "Classical Guitar" magazine.

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Re: Great new article on recording classical guitar

Post by Dirck Nagy » Fri May 11, 2018 10:48 pm

Thanks for the heads up! Both this and the linked article "More from John Taylor et al." were interesting reads.

I liked John Taylor's sentiment: "I’ve spent much of my working life as a one-man team of engineer and producer resisting various temptations.... After all these years, what I like most is to record as simply as possible..."

"...This is such a minimal approach that many recording engineers would regard it as a dereliction of duty. "


cheers!
dirck
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Sean Eric Howard

Re: Great new article on recording classical guitar

Post by Sean Eric Howard » Fri May 25, 2018 1:09 pm

Is this at classical guitar dot com? Looks like a Liona Boyd site unless I'm missing something.

Sean Eric Howard

Re: Great new article on recording classical guitar

Post by Sean Eric Howard » Fri May 25, 2018 1:18 pm

found the article on classical guitar magazine dot com

good find!

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