This is the Studio where Guitar Lessons take place, and the equipment and software I use to assist with Lessons.
Unless the you are using an acoustic guitar (which we could run direct to PA), you will be playing through a Helix Floor into a PRS Custom 50, Mesa Boogie Roadking, or a BluGuitar Amp1 Mercury Edition during your guitar lesson. I use HX Effects in order to add effects to your guitar; sound options are limitless.
As you have read, I offer to record the Lessons, and any jam tracks you wish to take home; as well as anything that you have written yourself. I thought that I would take a minute and show you the equipment and software that I use to assist with your guitar lessons.
This Software that I use to record is Ableton Live 11 Full Suite, and effects are added using VST Plugins or HX Edit via the helix floor.
Recording is either done direct or through a Condenser Microphone:
The Midas M32 can send up to 32 individual inputs simultaneously to Unlimited tracks within Ableton Live which can be mixed separately. The input that ableton receives can also be a raw, dry signal from the instrument. Effects, such as distortion, reverb, etc... can be added to each track using after. After effects are added and the mixing is done, the recording is exported to an MP3 file which can then be burned to a CD, e-mailed to the student, placed on your cloud drive, or you can have me put it on your mp3 player, phone, or iPod.