#1
I've been playing guitar for almost 7 years, and in the last 3 i've spent my time learning nothing but fingerstyle acoustic like andy mckee, antoine dufour, don ross etc etc.
I've started learning hard songs, and writing a few of my own and i want to start recording myself to put on youtube.

just wondered if anyone could suggest suitable webcam and audio equipment to help me get a good quality mix/video as fingerstyle needs to be enjoyed visually aswell as musically
#2
There's no such thing as a suitable webcam in this situation.
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#3
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There's no such thing as a suitable webcam in this situation.


he meant so he could also add video to the audio
ayy lmao
#4
Still nope. The visual bandwidth on a webcam isn't really high enough to pick up fast and small movements like playing a guitar. It's not designed for it and will look bad. You just need any point and shoot digital camera that has a video feature.
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#5
If you have a smartphone or a tablet, I'd consider just using the cameras on those. You can add in the audio later.
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#6
^That is indeed preferable.

Recording on a phone or tablet (or digital camera) with a guitar di'd through an interface and then synced up after is what most good recordings tend to do.
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