Recording and Mixing Indie Guitar | Indie Production Lesson


In this video I explain my process of recording and producing guitars in Indie music using one of my songs as an example. Disclaimer: I am not a professional and I don’t know what I’m doing. This is just what works for me.

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20 thoughts on “Recording and Mixing Indie Guitar | Indie Production Lesson

  1. What software do you use and how do I get them, coz i have no idea of where to start from

  2. What guitar are you using in this video?Specifically what brand? I can tell it’s a Stratocaster but we can’t see the headstock.

  3. I come back to this video a ton mostly just to listen to the song in between. Can’t wait for it to be released!

  4. Neat little trick i’ve been using lately is to record the same guitar part 2 times, but detune the G, B, and high E strings veeery slightly the second time. Hard pan them left and right and you get an almost stereo chorus type of sound, but since you didn’t detune the bass strings you keep a very solid bottom end 😉

  5. just fyi, if a song is diatonic (doesn’t modulate/change keys) it wouldn’t be traditional to describe it as having both flat and sharp chords. so you probably don’t want to call that A flat minor, call it G#m instead

  6. I had no idea that there are so many guitar layers in some indie songs honestly. This is amazing!

  7. Any reason why you recorded the guitars in stereo?!

    If you gonna double track wouldn’t you have just been easier to not done it in stereo?

    Just asking.


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