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post Jul 16 2008, 09:26 AM
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Hi Trond
Just wondering how you get that neat and clear sound on your video lessons. Do you record straight from camera, micro...or use a special software?.
I'm thinking it's time to get a camera just in case some day I need advice regarding some guitar techniques so I can upload takes of a certain exercise or lesson but I'd like to make sure that the sound to be recorded will be acceptable.
Thanks for your lessons. They all grab my attention and put a grin on my face watching you playing.


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post Jul 16 2008, 12:26 PM
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Hia smile.gif and thanks! Glad you like my videos smile.gif

I dont use my camera for anything else than picture. I record everything in Cubase through the soundcard. And after i have filmed, i import the audio from cubase onto the videotracks in Sony Vegas, and synch them properly.


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post Jul 24 2008, 11:58 AM
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Hi Trond,

since I really like your sound I'd like to see a detailed tutorial - which doesn't have to be a video - of how you record stuff properly with Cubase and whatever else you use to make it sound so professional. Perhaps you could also show how to include good-sounding bass lines and drum patterns.
Sounds to me like a lot of work for you, but I'm having difficulties setting up my own little home-recording gear, so I'll just ask.

Always looking forward to your lessons
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post Jul 24 2008, 12:11 PM
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QUOTE (Anticlock @ Jul 24 2008, 12:58 PM) *
Hi Trond,

since I really like your sound I'd like to see a detailed tutorial - which doesn't have to be a video - of how you record stuff properly with Cubase and whatever else you use to make it sound so professional. Perhaps you could also show how to include good-sounding bass lines and drum patterns.
Sounds to me like a lot of work for you, but I'm having difficulties setting up my own little home-recording gear, so I'll just ask.

Always looking forward to your lessons
Cheers, Sven


Thanks smile.gif Glad you like the lessons.

I can probably do a text/screenshot tutorial later today, or atleast start on one.
I tried making a tutorial video some time ago without much luck, i just couldnt get a good structure or get the screencaptures good enough so this sounds like a good idea smile.gif



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post Jul 24 2008, 12:38 PM
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That's a great idea (the text/screenshots-structure), really looking forward to it!
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