#1
I intend to record my guitars via a Pod Hd to a computer. When I am dialing in tones to record (metal by the way) how should I treat delay and reverb? I established a sound that I think sounds good by itself, that has a bit of delay and reverb. When I start multitracking is this going to create a nightmare when doubling tracks? Should I be adding reverb and delay after?
#2
I would add them after if you're multi-tracking guitars
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#3
Rhythm should be pretty clean. I record it dry, with no effects. Leads definitely have some tho.
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LTD Alexi-600 White & Black
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#4
I'd recommend to record without any effects that aren't an important part of the sound. You can never remove effects you have recorded, but you can remove/change them if you've put them there afterwards.