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1. Introduce analog gear between your source and destination It’s likely that your recording is going to be done on a computer, but there are ways to incorporate other kinds of gear to alter the sound either before or after recording. Introducing analog gear like amps or guitar pedals between your source and your computer will imbue the signal with its own character. Even routing signal through equipment like tape machines or old mixers has the potential to change the sound, even if only in subtle ways.
Author : Hollin Jones