Recording good guitar sounds at home, part 2

A kind gentleman on a guitar forum I read has linked me to this article by Craig Anderton on how to get better sounds out of software amp simulators. He explains how to dial out unwanted frequencies in order to make the simulator sound closer to what you’re used to expect from an actual amp.  Make sure you listen to the provided sound samples, they illustrate each step of the process.

This method can be used instead of the Impulse-Response cabinet emulation technique which I described in my first post, or even along with it, depending on one’s taste.

Thanks, Craig!

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