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ďIíve spent days sampling drum sounds, cataloguing them and all that. Itís incredibly time consuming, [but] thatís good to do when you donít feel like writing, so you still keep going. Youíre still in the studio and youíre still working.Ē- Peter Frampton

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July 2013 (Digital Available)

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July is Guitar month at RECORDING! While we bring you guitar-centric content all year long, once a year we like to get wild and crazy with a special issue full of cool gear and neat tricks for capturing unique and engaging guitar tones... and this is it!

Joe Albano has been tracking great guitars for decades in his Manhattan studio and teaching classes on the subject as well; in this issue he holds forth on everything a recording musician needs to know about capturing awesome electric guitar tones in the studio. John Fishell brings you nine fantastic guitar-recording techniques that are just a bit off the beaten track, to help you put your own unique stamp on your guitar sound.

And then there's the gear under review! In this issue we bring you reviews of a very flexible and powerful DI from Sonic Farm, a hot cabinet mic from Sontronics, and a whole bunch of guitar-friendly gear from Roland/BOSS, Sage Electronics, Radial Engineering, Zoom, and more. There's even a new spring reverb plug-in from PSP Audioware!

And if you're looking beyond guitars, we've got you covered there as well, with reviews of coaxial passive monitors from KEF and Millennia Media's latest preamp, as well as articles on choosing the best headphones for your studio work and a look at a really cool iOS build-your-own-controller app called MIDI Designer.

All this plus our regular columns, Readers' Tapes with Marty Peters, and more. If you're into getting the best possible guitar sounds on your songs, you're not going to want to miss the July RECORDING!

Pick it up now on the newsstand... and so you get your next issue early (and save on cost), why not hit the big red SUBSCRIBE NOW button on this page and have RECORDING delivered to your door each month?

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