Mark McGuigan posted this video on recording guitar for YouTube videos.
Specifically, McGuigan demonstrates how he records video lessons. This includes mic placement, audio effects and editing and video editing.
While the focus of this is on recording guitar for YouTube video tutorials, this information is just as useful if you’re interested in recording guitar jams and other performances.
Guitar Standard Tuning
PLEASE CLICK MORE INFO AND READ THIS Standard Tuning E,B,G,D,A,e The guitar isn’t out of tune so don’t say it is. I used a tuner while making this video and I used one after the video was made. I would know if it was out of tune. Okay, don’t complain about the distortion and blame the distortion for you tuning your guitar wrong. YOU tuned your own guitar wrong. Just practice a bit more and suck it up. If you have trouble because of the distortion then just use a tuner. Not a big deal. And if you’re holding a tuner to your speaker checking my video to see if I was in tune….. Why aren’t you using your tuner on your own guitar and then you bitch at me for tuning your guitar wrong. Not my fault, not the distortions fault, and it’s not YouTube’s fault… It’s your fault. The video is marked as xREDxGUYx at the end. Don’t say this isn’t my video because it is!!! xREDxGUYx is my old youtube account which I deleted. So please don’t try it!
HOW TO MAKE: your own guitar pedal board
What you need. 1. One piece of flat scrap board 2. One 2×4 3. wood screws 4. drill 5. spray paint 6. Velcro MY PEDALS 1. Earnie Ball volume pedal 2. Boss CS-3 Compression Sustainer Pedal 3. Digitech THE WEAPON limited edition pedal (by Disturbed) GEAR Ibanez Toneblaster 100R Amplifier (2 12in speakers) LEFTY Schecter Diamond Series OMEN-6 guitar (used in this video) LEFTY Ibanez RG series RG470L guitar