21 Mar 2017

"Recording Acoustic Guitar with iRig Acoustic Stage"

GuitarChalk's review/tutorial for IK's new acoustic mic system


Check out this tutorial/review from GuitarChalks's Bobby Kittleberger, showing you how to record acoustic guitar with iRig Acoustic Stage and his favorite DAW, GarageBand. “The iRig Acoustic Stage makes it incredibly simple, and the results sound surprisingly good. In my opinion, this process made my Taylor sound better than it usually does on other tracks I've recorded.”


Here are some quotes about the functionality and sound of iRig Acoustic Stage from the tutorial/review on GuitarChalk.com for recording inside GarageBand:

“The iRig Acoustic Stage makes it incredibly simple, and the results sound surprisingly good. In my opinion, this process made my Taylor sound better than it usually does on other tracks I've recorded.”

“Out of all the modes I tried, I thought ‘Bright’ sounded the best. It gave my acoustic a niche chime and edge to it that wasn't there with the Warm or Natural modes, though it did so without making it sound too thin or ‘biting’. Particularly with my Taylor, this was a surprisingly great sound to hear come off of the final recording, just because my Taylor typically doesn't sound that good when plugged in using its own preamp. It definitely sounded significantly better going through the iRig Acoustic Stage and into GarageBand. Plus, it allows you to move around a lot more freely than if you had three mics on your acoustic.”

Read the full review/tutorial for iRig Acoustic Stage from GuitarChalk.com

Learn more about iRig Acoustic Stage from IK Multimedia

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