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With the assumption that you have the proper equipment to record this, what you are asking can all be done with Audacity. Record your track(s), then go to File -> Save Project As. Create a folder and save the project within that folder. This will create a sub folder called "[filename]_data" and a file named "[filename].aup". To open this file in the future, ...


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A time signature seems unnecessary for what you're describing, unless "moving a note" would invoke "moving all similar notes" where similar means the same note at the same spot in a measure: the concept of measure would require a time signature. If you don't need that concept then you don't need the associated time signature. For tempo... same thing: do you ...


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The difference is - they sound different. Neither method aims for "accuracy" in the way a purist stereo recording of acoustic instruments in a beautiful-sounding room does! The idea is to grunge up the guitar sound. Don't worry about how closely one method copies the other, just about whether you like the result.


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What type of microphone should I use for this, a dynamic or condenser type? Both are widely used for acoustic guitars. If you specify the sound, style or ensemble/live/session you are targeting, we can give more specific advice. Are there any tips for where the mic should be positioned in relation to the sound hole? Yes, probably not right at ...


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I run the following command in the execute script after startup part of QJackCtl pacmd load-module module-jack-source channels=2; pacmd load-module module-jack-sink channels=2; pacmd set-default-sink "jack_out" && pacmd set-default-source "jack_in" what it does is set up a jack source and sink and route your system audio through these I end up ...



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