#1
Everything about putting a video on youtube, from start to finish.

Like if I get my friend's digital camera, where do I go from there?

Also, how do you get the backing track to not be drowned out by your amp that you're playing thru? Bear in mind we'r talkin about 60 tube watts from a Blues Deville.

And, where are good sites to get the backing tracks to songs, just minus the lead guitar, but complete with vocals?

thanks.

( I've had to move this)
meh
#3
If you want it to sound good you'll want to use good mics, if you use just the camera mic the backing track will probably get drowned out.
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#4
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If you want it to sound good you'll want to use good mics, if you use just the camera mic the backing track will probably get drowned out.


Does everyone use mics? Like, every kid on youtube?
meh
#5
Quote by get ta led out!
Does everyone use mics? Like, every kid on youtube?


I played with the song coming through the speakers of my computer, and my amp. it turned out fine
#6
Quote by get ta led out!
Everything about putting a video on youtube, from start to finish.

Like if I get my friend's digital camera, where do I go from there?


there should be a USB cable for it. to attach to the computer. then the computer will recognise it as the E:\ drive.
#9
if your amp has a line out just record what you want to play straight to the computer while filming yourself then dub over the camera audio with the recorded audio