Dual Technique Recording

One great way to record an instrument for any music production is to use a “Dual Technique” method. In this case, a Direct Output send has been added apart of the Microphone Output send to get a different and original sound.

Dual Technique Recording

It differs from other two channel recording methods like “M/S Recording” (which stands for “Middle/Side Recording”, meaning one of the recorded tracks represent the opposite phase, or ambience, while the other contains the central or main reference of the original sound) and “L/R Recording” (which means stereophonic “Left and Right”; one microphone aims left while the other one aims right).

Gaetano Dellepiane - Drum Machine 1
John Lee Hooker en el Grunge

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