Groove3 Dual vs Quad Tracked Guitars Explained [TUTORIAL]

Groove3 Dual vs Quad Tracked Guitars Explained [TUTORIAL]

If you’ve ever wondered how bands get those massive-sounding guitars on their recordings, we’ve got you covered. In this guitar video course, production expert Gary Hiebner will show you several techniques for double-tracking and even quad-tracking guitars that result in exciting, huge tones that turn heads. From part writing and arranging to dialing in tones and more, you’ll learn all you need to know about creating killer guitar sounds with this concept. These guitar videos are designed for guitar players with basic recording experience.

Gary begins by demonstrating how to double-track a guitar part to get a bigger, more expansive sound by panning each part hard, illustrating how the slight variations in the performances, coupled with the different tones used for each, result in a rich, complex composite tone that sounds larger than life. Then things get even more exciting as you enter the world of quad-tracked guitars. You’ll learn how using a different guitar (which will already have a different tonal signature) for these extra parts adds to the sonic richness, along with tips on tweaking amp tone, EQ, panning, and more.

Finally, Gary imparts some arrangement wisdom and discusses the option of altering the parts of guitars 3 and 4 as another option in the “wall of sound” approach. By the end of this guitar course, you’ll be armed with several proven concepts and techniques for recording doubled (or quadrupled) guitar parts that get great-sounding results time and again, regardless of genre. The added bonus is that you’ll be learning a practical recording skill that can be applied to other instruments as well! Check out the individual guitar recording video tutorial descriptions for more information on what’s all involved in this fun, engaging recording practice and how you can apply it to your own songs. Glorious guitar tones await… Watch “Dual vs. Quad Tracked Guitars Explained┬«” today!

What You Will Learn:

  • How small variations in performance and tone make a big difference in the sound of double-tracked guitars
  • Tips on tweaking amp tone, EQ, panning, and more when dealing with multi-tracked guitars
  • Arranging and part-writing advice
  • And more!

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