How to Record Acoustic Guitar
This lecture and supporting resources covers all the major elements for recording Acoustic Guitar within a studio. The lesson is provided with detailed explanations and methods for how to record the Acoustic Guitar, popular techniques and microphones to use.
Along with the lecture/presentation, there is a useful infographic to aid with learning and help student remember common tones found from around the guitar when recording. Moreover, a recording method check-sheet for learners to work through while in class. As well as a exercise sheets to help with listening skills that links closely with recordings.
Finally, there is a homework research/task sheet to help develop student vocabulary and investigate further some of the common terms used.
In this package:
LECTURE – How to Record Acoustic-High Quality Presentation (.pdf)
INFOGRAPHIC – Acoustic Tone – (.pdf)
CHECKLIST-How to Record Acoustic Guitar (.pdf)
WORKSHEET+QUESTIONS-how to Record-Acoustic Guitar (.pdf)
HOMEWORK-How to Record-Acoustic Guitar-Research (.pdf)
ANSWERS Homework – (.pdf)
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