1. TOM GRINHAM

    TOM GRINHAM New Member

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    I'm new to recording and using pre-sets. There are options for guitar, vocals and others but I don't see one for keyboards. Does anyone know what the best pre-set for that would be? Thanks
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    spantini New Member

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  3. THOMAS GRINHAM

    THOMAS GRINHAM New Member

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    Thank you so much for the reply. I’m sorry I didn’t get back to you sooner. This is a great link for someone new to recording. I love that they include some tips on reverb and panning as well.
    Thanks again I really appreciate it!

    Tom
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    spantini New Member

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    I'm glad you find it useful.

    Note: The link opens to Page 2 of the article, so don't forget to check out Page 1 - good stuff there.
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    THOMAS GRINHAM New Member

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    Yes I noticed that. It's all very helpful. There's also a link to another article called 'Adding reverb to vocals, best practices' which is interesting as well. Thanks again spantini!
    Tom
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    Very good site. Thank you for posting.
    Re keyboards: Given the wide dynamic range of a Hammond (clone) I use in parallel with strings and other synthesizers, I mostly have to contend the overwhelming organ track with compression; latest during mixdown, if not already just after input.