Tutorial: How To Record An Electric Guitar On Your Mac

November 2, 2006

by Joe Gore for Apple Pro

“t’s easy to record great electric guitar sounds on your Mac. You don’t even need an amplifier or effects pedals — GarageBand, Logic Pro, Soundtrack Pro, and many other Mac-compatible audio programs include plug-ins that can mimic vast collections of vintage and modern gear.”

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Article: Marcus Miller Explains His Studio Setup

November 2, 2006

from Apple Pro

“Marcus Miller is as versatile as he is virtuosic. Though he’s best known for his otherwordly mastery of the bass, he’s also a stellar bass clarinet player, a sensational saxophonist, a soulful singer, a prolific producer. He has toured the globe, written scores for television and movies, played with the world’s preeminent musicians. And he’s also a maven of Logic Pro — he produced his album “Silver Rain” from start to finish with the application running on a Power Mac G5 and a PowerBook G4.”

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Article: Dialog Replacement 101

November 2, 2006

by Blair Jackson for MIX

“So far in our periodic in-depth series about the film sound chain, we’ve looked at production sound mixing (April 2004), sound effects recording (July 2005) and Foley recording (September 2005). This month, we examine the world of ADR — automated dialog replacement, also known as looping or dubbing (or post-synchronization in Britain). As most of you know, this is the critical procedure in which dialog is…”

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