What is production? Part 3: Recording
How much mastering does a Pink Floyd soundalike band need?
Today you can buy microphones that were used to record Nirvana's 'In Utero'
Is there such a thing as Photoshopped audio?
A simple 8-mic drum mix, with video
Q: Can I use a low-pass filter to remove noise from my recording?
Recording a cymbal from different mic positions (with audio)
"There is background noise in my studio. Should I use a noise-reduction plug-in?"
Recordings of acoustic guitar by Audio Masterclass students
How complicated do your monitors have to be?
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October 25, 2004
The Pipe Dreamer overdrive/distortion is built for those that want to put the natural attack and bite that is often lost in today's distortion units back into our sound.
The Pipe Dreamer is designed to react to your playing style - play lightly and you'll get smooth, slightly distorted tones, but cranking up the gain and using a heavier attack will bring out dreamy harmonics and overtones while increasing your sustain.
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