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Treating multiple guitars in the mix
Old 7th November 2003
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Treating multiple guitars in the mix

When you are mixing a song with let's say 8 guitar doubles, how do you treat all of them without it being such a pain. I mean as far as compression goes, you could put the same setting on each track. When it comes to Eqing however, should you solo each track and do some light filtering and eqing to clean them up...then send them to a submix and do an overall EQ of the guitars. Suppose you have guitar tracks with different amps and guitars...you're obviously gonna have some sonic differences. I mean there are so many ways and I would like to learn how others tackle multiple guitars without it getting too complicated. Is it as easy as just submixing them all and only eqing them overall?
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