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Recording - Best Practices

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Since a lot of us record at home/"guerrilla", have our own studios or are interested in being really well prepared when coming to Electrical to record, I thought it might be cool to share what we feel are "best practices" when recording… anything.

Perhaps there is no one "right" answer for every situation, but there are things we may have discovered through study and trial that have revealed themselves to be most consistently effective. Let's share that shit.

I have a feeling there is already a thread but I couldn't find it, which isn't saying much, so… sorry in advance, if that's the case.


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