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Old 02-28-2017, 01:17 PM   #13
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There definitely is something to be said for just getting the sound you want and commiting
That's typically my preference. I don't need everything committed but I don't want every option available either because I find some value in having some idea of what I want before I record it - just speaking for myself, if I'm oblivious vision wise, I probably don't have much business recording it - saves time in the long run because I'm building on top of previous commitments. If there are no commitments ever, there is a risk of trying to unlock a combination lock with infinite number of possible combinations - for lack of a better term, IMHO, YMMV etc.

For a guitar with slightly less high end up front.... If I want that I prefer it up front and then I can work the volume/tone knob on top of that foundation which just makes things easier.

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