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My comprehensive Guitar Tracking Course, featuring 11 videos, totaling over 35 concise minutes of information, designed to help you master the art of guitar tracking. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced player, these easy-to-follow tutorials cater to all skill levels, making it accessible for everyone. In this course, you will uncover my go-to secrets and techniques for optimal recordings in every session, providing you with the tools and knowledge needed to take your tracking skills to the next level. This versatile learning experience is applicable to any genre, making it a valuable resource for any musician. As a bonus, you will receive a FREE cheatsheet with extra information to further enhance your learning experience.


Chapter Breakdown

  • Part 0 is a simple introduction to the course, going over the gear I use and what will be covered in the upcoming chapters
  • Part 1 is a complete overview of the very basics of tracking guitars. This covers mono tracking, stereo tracking and a few other elements that are essential to know, before diving into the more advanced methods shown in the later portions of this course
  • Part 2 covers my main go-to method of recording. It’s something I use 90% of the time, and was heavily inspired by the recording methods used by world-class producers like Jerry Finn & Neal Avron, and influential bands such as Blink 182 & Sum 41
  • Part 3 covers an advanced doubling technique, used by the likes of Green Day, along with learning how to stack guitar tracks in a way that creates a massive sound, in contrast to a simple set of doubled guitars. This chapter also dives into the use of multiple amp sounds, which can be a quick hack for simulating the sound of 4-6 guitar tracks at once, without actually having to record any additional parts
  • Part 4 covers the basics of recording with DI, and why this can be beneficial in a variety of ways
  • Part 5 goes over something I like to call “building dynamics”. This covers my thought process when preparing to record a track, and how the use of tools like automation, and the tracking methods mentioned in “part 1 & 2″ of this course can massively impact the sound of your arrangement
  • Part 6 covers the reason why I believe you shouldn’t focus all of your efforts into searching for “the best” guitar tone. This chapter isn’t a how-to in getting great tones, but more so the reason why this pursuit of “perfect tones” is a fairly needless one
  • Part 7 goes over the differences in tracking lead guitars, compared to rhythm guitars. This includes a helpful trick I use to determine the best recording approach to different styles of lead guitars, like riffs, guitar solos, octaves and more
  • Part 8 is about how a little basic music theory can really come in handy, when tracking guitars. This includes an easy-to-follow breakdown of some of my go-to tricks, that I use in almost every recording session
  • Part 9 & 10 cover some common pitfalls and mistakes I often see in beginner recordings – such as “fake doubles”, the misuse of amp tones, and more. Learning to avoid these things early on will set you on the right path to creating amazing sounding recordings in the future
  • Part 11 wraps up everything covered during the course, and also covers how to use the extra features that come FREE with this course

Guitar Tracking Course


    • Instant Digital Download

    • 11 Videos, 35+ Minutes

    • Beginner-Friendly And Advanced Player-Approved: Easy-To-Follow Tutorials Catering To All Skill Levels

    • Uncover My Go-To Secrets And Techniques For Optimal Recordings In Every Session

    • Versatile Learning: Applicable To Any Genre, Not Limited To Only Punk Or Emo

    • Bonus Cheat-Sheet: Packed With Additional Valuable Insights That Didn't Make It Into The Videos

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