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reijahl

reijahl

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1 Posted on 08/26/2006 at 03:23:26
hey guys! whats up? im having a problem. during my recording wiyh acoustic guitar i can hear the squeaks when i transfer from one chord to another i guess it comes from my finger and the strings during friction and it can be heard very loudly. by the way i record by puting a mic 6 to 8 inches in front of the bridge of the guitar. can someone give me an advice on how to aviod this. i badly need it....thank you in advance

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thesparrowband

thesparrowband

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2 Posted on 08/29/2006 at 15:28:29
you can try to filter that fq out with some eq

other than that, most people get around it by working on their technique. it could be your strings too
if they're old
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