#1
Is there an easy way to do this? Ive tried micing my voice and then you can't hear the guitar, and vice versa. If it helps I am running Kristal.
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#2
what are you recording through? your sound card? or somthing like that? or are you using a mic MIDI interface?
#3
if they're going to 2 different tracks, then just get the best sound on each track and try shining it up after the fact. remember, don't try and fix anything in the mix. as long as the performance is solid, the rest should fall into place.
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#4
you should be using a proper mic and interface, condensers work well for acoustic guitars.

Then set your software to play back the tracks while you record a new one. Put some headphones on (closed design works best) and mic your guitar.
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