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Columns4 Best Guitar's for playing Reggae
I believe that 95% of your sound comes from your fingers, so you can get a good reggae sound fr
ColumnsMastering Shouldn't be done in your Basement
Here's another of my recording related rants.
EducationalPro Tools 101 Official Courseware (Version 9.0)
Los Angeles, CA — March 2011 - Alfred Music Publishing announces the distribution of Pro Tools 101 O
EducationalMixing, Recording, and Producing Techniques of the Pros
Los Angeles, CA — March 2011 - Alfred Music Publishing is now distributing Mixing, Recording, and Pr
VideoTone Chain with Alex Perialas - Part 1
This is our 1st segment in the on-going series, The Tone Chain.
ColumnsMic Review: Sennheiser e609 Silver
I picked up a pair of these [I always buy in pairs for stereo work] at my local store's annual clear
ColumnsThe Downsides of Today's Music Industry
I wrote last time of how easy it is to get your music heard.
EducationalGuide to Creating and Recording Great Guitar Sounds
Los Angeles, CA — February 2011 - Alfred Music Publishing proudly releases The Ultimate Guitar Tone
NewsBasic Pro Tools For Guitarists
This book is a great way to get the essential techniques of recording in Pro Tools happening.
TechTeach Yourself Logic Pro/Express
Los Angeles, CA—December 2010 - Alfred Music Publishing helps aspiring recording engineers and produ
ColumnsEffective use of EQ for shaping tone
A big problem I hear in music these days is big, flubby bass tones, harsh highs and overly round mid
ColumnsA guide to choosing and buying microphones
I've been around the block enough times to know what makes a good purchase - here are some of my bes
Press ReleasesAlfred Releases Choosing the Right DAW for YOU
Los Angeles, CA—October 2010 - Alfred Music Publishing, the leader in educational music publishing s
ArtistsHarness the Power to Record Your Own Music with Alfred’s Teach Yourself Cubase
Los Angeles, CA—October 2010 - Alfred Music Publishing, the leader in educational music publishing s
ColumnsTale of the Tape - The Sound Of One-Hand Tracking
I spend most of my time in my studio doing everything by myself – engineering, playing guitar, mixin
ColumnsChoosing a DAW
A DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) is fast becoming as essential a part of a guitarist’s gear list as
VideoCreating a Drum Loop Track in Garageband
Creating a drum loop track in Garageband.
VideoA Visit To Jordan Rudess' Home Studio
Take a peeks at Jordan Rudess' home studio
ColumnsDon't Demo to Death!
Remember the adage, "A good song speaks for itself"?
ColumnsThe Do's & Don't's of Recording Acoustics
In my audio travels I hear it uttered all the time: "I can never record a good acoustic guitar sound
ColumnsFundamentals of Rockabilly
Built of equal parts country, blues, rock 'n roll, and perhaps Romilar, rockabilly music is consider
ColumnsDialing in Clean Lead Sounds
In my last article I explained the mixer and recorder setup for tracking and EQing the guitar for cl
ColumnsRecording the Guitar Direct - Part 1
The direct guitar sound needs major EQ help most of the time since the mixer path is not voiced for
ColumnsMic'ing the Guitar Amp
Now that we have the best mic position set and the mic stand and cable is anchored down and the amp
ColumnsDialing in Chord Melody Style for Solo Electric Guitar
In the third installment of this column, the article titled "Recording the Guitar - Part 3 - Miking
ColumnsRecording the Guitar Direct - Part 3
This article is on EQ for melodies and solos regarding the guitar direct.
ColumnsRecording the Guitar Direct - Part 2
OK, in the last article we had plugged the guitar into the direct box and the direct box output into
ColumnsRecording the Guitar Direct - Part 5
In the previous edition of this column, Recording the Guitar, Part 3 (Part 27 of the series), we lef
ColumnsRecording the Guitar Direct - Part 6
Please be sure to read through, Recording the Guitar Part 5, before continuing onto this next segmen
ColumnsRecording the Guitar Direct - Part 7
In the last article, Recording the Guitar, Part 6 - we covered the comb filtering fix before recordi
ColumnsDialing in a Crunch Guitar Sound
In the third installment of this column, the article titled "Recording the Guitar -  Part 3 Mic
ColumnsUsing 2 or More Mics for the Guitar Amp Speaker(s), Part 5
This article is on using a close mic on the guitar amp and one or more room mics.
ColumnsUsing 2 or More Mics for the Guitar Amp Speaker(s), Part 6
This article is the second installment on using a mic on the guitar amp (close-miked as usual) and o
ColumnsUsing Amp Modelers and Chained Effects, Part 1
In this era, amp modeling is a way to get many amp sounds in one box.
ColumnsUsing Amp Modelers and Chained Effects - Part 2
This article will not use any analog routing just digital routing.

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