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Homespun Roger McGuinn's Guide to Home Recording on a Computer (DVD)   

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Roger McGuinn made his last Grammy-nominated record on a laptop computer. On this DVD he demonstrates, for beginners, all the steps it takes to recor...Read More

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Roger McGuinn made his last Grammy-nominated record on a laptop computer. On this DVD he demonstrates, for beginners, all the steps it takes to record at home, from laying down the basic tracks and overdubbing vocal and guitar parts, to burning a completely mixed 2-track stereo master to CD. You'll also see Roger's equipment set-up, get ideas about mic placement, how to back up your project, and other tips that will get anyone started recording on their Mac or PC. 60-MIN DVD, INCLUDES BOOKLET, LEVEL 1

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  • Size: 7-1/2" x 5-1/4"
  • Artist: Roger McGuinn
  • ISBN: 1932537899
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Comments about Homespun Roger McGuinn's Guide to Home Recording on a Computer (DVD):

This dvd is totally useless. It does not provide any info or technique on how to record at home at all. I have been recording at home for about 5-6 years now and I thought this would give some feedback. I can't really describe my frusturation about this. There is no info on how to set up microphones, no data on how to pan, mix, effects, master, nothing at all. It is ridiculous. I wonder why they call it a guide for recording.

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