Record labels are pretty much a thing of the past so most of us guitar players will never get into Abbey Road Studios.
For that reason it's very important to being able to record and produce ourselves to have any chance sharing our music with the world.
I was looking for the right audio interface for months. I wanted something, that offers great audio quality, at least 4 channels and doesn't cost a fortune.
This video is sponsored by Audient.
00:00 INTRO SONG - ENJOY! :)
00:58 - Introduction
01:25 - playing Tele
02:07 - you have to be your own producer
02:35 - playing ES-335
02:48 - why the iD44 is great in my opinion
02:34 - playing ES-335
04:11 - playing Tele - FUZZ | wet-dry
05:04 - how am I using it
05:35 - my MONO guitar sound I used with my old interface
05:46 - my new STEREO method
06:01 - new STEREO method | WET-DRY | delay on one side :)
07:40 - great mic preamps!
07:57 - playing Tele | panned mics | no delay
08:11 - playing Tele | panned mics | wet-dry WITH delay
08:45 - ribbon mic | phantom power?
09:19 - playing HB Fusion-II high gain
09:48 - it feels like using a console
10:25 - specs
11:22 - playing ES-335