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Marcel Manzardo

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  1. Thanks everyone again for all the hints. Just in case you are interested in listening to the songs I just recorded, you can do so at a website I recently created at https://silentime.com/ Wishing you a happy holiday season and a peaceful, healthy and happy new year
  2. I have two identical mikes but they are pointing at different spots on the guitar. if I move the guitar during recording, then the levels may vary and I may have to adjust one channel only. So definitely more control compared to recording on a single track.
  3. Thank you for your suggestion. I will try the Sound on Sound and see how I do with the editing 🙂
  4. Thank you everyone for your advice. I did watch the Paul Davids video a while back and it is very helpful. I record a single guitar as a solo performance. Thanks again!
  5. Thank you very much for your advice. I will record to a single stereo track in the future. Because I always got lost making identical changes on multiple tracks.
  6. I have to preface, that I am new to Cakewalk and trying to figure out the best way to record acoustic Guitar. Here is as far as I got: I have two condenser mikes and record in Stereo to two tracks I create a bus for L and R and pan one track to the left and the other to the right which gives me two independent buses for each channel The two buses have sends to a reverb and wider bus which are blended together to a master bus for final processing. This setup works well and gives me lots of control. However, if I record something complex I will have to inevitable re-record or correct certain sections. I am somewhat familiar with comping but that does not allow me to just fix a section easily because it will never be in the correct spot. Moving and trimming a fix on 2 channels at the same time appears to be VERY difficult. So here is my question how would you go about fixing/re-recording a small section of a song and then placing it into the same spot on multiple tracks? Is comping the correct method? How would you duplicate a section and re-use it when you have multiple tracks and you have to do the exact same manipulation on multiple tracks? Would you recommend NOT recording to two tracks but just record in stereo to one track, which would make fixing sections much simpler? I could separate the L and R channel into buses afterwards if required, I believe... Your help is greatly appreciated! Happy Holidays! Marcello
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