This guide will tell you everything you need to know to record guitar videos for YouTube with the best quality possible. Covers all equipment and software needed.
Find out what string dampeners and fret wraps are, how they can be used to clean up your tone, and why there’s so much debate about them. Are they really cheating?
Find out what Impulse Responses are, how they work, and how they can be used in your guitar rig in the studio, at home, or for performances.
Walk through a step-by-step tutorial on how to get started recording your first song. With this method you’ll end up with a complete track with guitar, bass, drums and any other instruments you need.
Learn about the most common types of audio and data cables you may use as a guitarist.
The WireTap Riff Recorder allows you to instantly capture any riffs, licks and ideas directly from your pedalboard. If you’re a songwriter or play in a band, find out how you can use the WireTap.
The iRig Mic Studio is a high quality and very portable condenser microphone compatible across iOS, Android and PC/Mac. Find out why it’s worth considering if you play acoustic guitar, vocals or other instruments.
Record authentic tones with a variety of amps and pedals with AmpliTube 4. Whether you want to jam, write songs or record your own music, AmpliTube 4 provides an excellent range of features to get you going.
The iRig HD 2 provides studio level audio quality with a nice range of features and flexibility. It also comes with the full version of AmpliTube 4, which is an incredible guitar effects and amp suite. Find out all about it in this detailed review.
Find out what gear and software you need to set up your own home recording studio. Covers everything beginners need to get started recording guitar at home.
The Line 6 POD Studio UX1 is an excellent audio interface for guitarists. The audio quality is high and the POD Farm software allows you to access plenty of effects and amp modelling.