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“It’s really hard to record guitar, particularly distorted guitar. It’s one of those evasive things to try to get it on tape well. The first stage is to listen discerningly to what the sound source is really doing, and then figure out the appropriate mic and mic position.”- Eric Johnson

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line level

A type of level (strength) of electrical signal used in professional audio equipment. There are two versions—professional gear runs at +4 dBu (1.23 volts) and consumer line level is at -10 dBV (.316 volts). (The two most common other level types: mic level, speaker level.)

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