Lesson Description

How to Record Your Ukulele

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On last week's episode of Ukulele Webcam Sessions, Matt talked about the benefits of recording yourself while playing the ukulele. This time Matt shares some tips on how to record yourself playing in an optimal way. He covers a couple of different microphones and highlights their individual features. He also demonstrates where to position your mic to capture the best tone.

We've actually covered how to record your ukulele in the past, but technology does move quickly. So while some of the information might be a little dated, you can still learn more by checking out Uke Minutes 135: How to Record Your Ukulele and Uke Minutes 136: How to Record Using a Microphone.

If you want to learn more about the microphones and equipment that Matt mentions, you can check out their websites HERE:

Apogee MiC Plus (USB Microphone)
Blue Microphones (Yeti and Snowball USB Microphone)
Apogee JAM (USB Interface)
Audio Technica AT4041 (Small Condenser XLR Microphone)

And if you're curious about some of the other accessories and gear that Matt uses, check out Ukulele Webcam Sessions (Ep.14) – My Uke Survival Kit.


For more from Matt, check out his Ultimate Ukulele Strumming Course in the Ukulele Underground Marketplace.


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