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Old 03-31-2011, 03:01 PM
frankhond frankhond is offline
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Why not just look into a quick way to up your audio, like has been suggested, get better mike, use a zoom etc. Then keep doing what you're doing. YouTube is not the place to release studio quality stuff. And good playing shows through technical flaws. I'd suggest look up some other people playing songs on YouTube. Is your audio really that much worse?

Finally the most important thing is to be able to record when in the flow, not twiddling with gear. So your basic idea is good. No disservice.
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