A video about how I record songs in the studio using Ardour Studio software and Digitech Band Creator. I do not always use Band Creator, but in this case I did.
► UPDATE – there’s a new section with video’s about recording available on this page.
Many have wondered how to record with Band Creator in the studio and it ain’t difficult. Just plug the headphone out into the “tape in” of your mixer or audio interface and you’re good to go. It gives you a full stereo drum (and bass) track. There’s also an output for the “mixer” on the Digitech Trio pedal but that’s mono. Might be fine for some also but I prefer a stereo drum track.
I split drum and bass in to two different tracks. It’s not difficult to do so. Just make sure you have the ”count in” on, turn down bass. Record the drums. After that, repeat with the bass (turn down drums). You should record the drums in stereo, bass in mono. After that, allign the tracks using the count in.
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Equipment and instruments used:
– Celeron Quadcore Computer;
– SoundTech 16 channel mixer;
– Behringer UCA-222;
– Dgitecht Trio Band Creator;
– Washburn Acoustic Guitar;
– Fender “Starcaster” Stratocaster;
– BM-800 Condenser Microphone (vocals)
– McCrypt Condenser Microphone (acoustic guitar)
Video recorded with the Sony Cybershot dsc-hx350 and edited using Sony Movie Studio.
So, as I’ve stated yesterday I will no longer upload new (music) video’s to Youtube. New video’s, and probably a few older ones, will now be posted on my channel at Vimeo.