I will record GREAT guitars on your song

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record GREAT guitars on your song
record GREAT guitars on your song
record GREAT guitars on your song
record GREAT guitars on your song
record GREAT guitars on your song
record GREAT guitars on your song
record GREAT guitars on your song
record GREAT guitars on your song

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  $5 $15 $50
 

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Description Basic Session Pro Session Super Duper Pro Package!
  1 Full Guitar for your entire track 3 Full Guitars for your entire song All the guitars you need for your song! Up to a 4 minutes track.
Commercial Use
Commercial Use is the use of a delivery for any business related use intended for profit.
Master Audio
Seller will mix his/her recording with your other tracks and apply post-production mastering for optimal sound quality.
HQ File
Master-quality uncompressed audio file, such as WAV or AIFF.
Recording Length (in seconds)
The maximum recording length (in seconds) included in the package (additional time may be available for purchase in Gig Extras).
180 240 300
Revisions
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0 1 2
Delivery Time 1 day 1 day 2 days
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About This Gig

ONLY FOR A LIMITED TIME - FREE 1 DAY EXTRA FAST DELIVERY ON ALL GIGS!!!

  • I will record a double-tracked electric or acoustic guitar part for your entire song.
  • Base price of $5 is for one double-tracked (2x mono guitars) guitar part, up to 3 minutes in length.Further details about the length time and other features are available in the packages / extra descriptions, so make sure to check them out!
  • I'm very flexible, reliable and fun to work with, so please don't hesitate to contact me to discuss your project in details.
  • For more advanced users, I can also send out the Pro Tools session at no extra cost

Why do I double track? Because I know from my personal experience as a recording engineer and music producer that a double-tracked rhythm guitar makes your song sound wider, fuller and more 'pro' than a single, mono track panned either left or right. Still tho, if you don't want to use the stereo track, you can still use one of the mono tracks. You basically get 2 takes of the same guitar part at no extra cost!

Happy music making!