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RHYTHM GUITAR: Layering Rhythm Guitar Parts Search Andrew for FREE lesson Handouts. This Video: July 08, 2011 | Search Videos by Title/Date. GO TO: Andrew Wasson of Creative Guitar Studio answers a viewers question... Q: Andrew, I've been listening closely to the background tracks from many of your free MP3's that come with your lessons, and I've noticed that a lot of them have simple upper register parts layered in. I think that this really adds to the sound, and I also believe that this is what is missing from my own home recordings - as I've only been recording one guitar track. Can you explain some methods for how I can get into adding over-dubbed guitar tracks to my own recordings? Thanks for the Great Lessons -- Malvin -- Ireland A: Layering multiple guitar tracks in your recordings will most certainly add a far thicker dimension to your tracks when you master your multi-track sessions. If you lend a careful discerning ear to the recordings released by many of the top artists you'll start hearing quite a lot of layering in their mixes and it definitely adds a lot to the overall production value. In the video lesson, we take a look at several ways that you can lay down multiple rhythm guitar tracks for creating far more dynamics to the rhythmic foundation of your recordings. The complete lesson article for this video will be available on the Creative Guitar Studio website shortly. Follow me on Twitter for lesson posting announcements: ____________________________________ The NEW Zazzle Products page: ____________________________________ Andrew's Official Q & A Guitar Blog Website: (the weekly Podcast is posted here) Andrew's "Video GuitarBlog" YouTube Channel: The Creative Guitar Studio Website: Follow Andrew on Blogspot: Follow on Twitter for new lesson announcements: MySpace: Facebook: _____________________________________
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