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Old 23rd August 2018
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Hello Edgar, I assume the singer has no problem singing the song. So rather than overdub the vocal to the guitar I suggest your first thought is to record it live, Vocal and guitar. This of course can cause some problems, but you will get a much more heartfelt recording from the artist, so don't be clever here , use one mic on the guitar and obviously a vocal mic and record it mono, you will have some separation problems, you can use your revrerb if any to spread the sound. sometimes you can help the separation by placing a piece of card between the mics. but not always possible. If you want to do it by laying down the guitar first thats up to you but now we are into the realms of click tracks which you don't really want. I hope this gives you food for thought, its up to you. Geoff

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