Record acoustic, electric and other guitars for your project

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What you get with this Hourlie

High-quality audio tracks recorded by an experienced professional to bring depth and expression to your project.

This hourlie covers up to 3 guitar parts to be added to a track of up to 4 minutes duration. (e.g. 1 rhythm acoustic guitar parts, 1 rhythm electric guitar, 1 lead, or any combination).

I can record written parts, re-record and expand on demo guitar parts or create and record new guitar parts to your brief. You can also join me via skype to direct the session.

Session duration is 3 hours recording time & additional 1 hour for pre/post work, so please provide files in as ready a state as possible (see below).

Longer sessions & more complex projects are outside the scope of this hourlie but please contact me through PPH with your requirements.

Recordings up to 192khz (Motu 896HD interface), audio may be supplied raw or processed to your brief, time-locked to your track and in any format. Mics include AKG C414.

Instruments available:
Electric guitar & full range of effects.
Nylon-string (spanish) guitar.
Steel-string guitar.
12-string steel-string guitar.
7-string acoustic guitar (additional bass string)
Bandurria (Spanish)
Charango (S.American)
Cavaquinho (Brazilian)
Oud (Turkish)

"Preiss' organic string work reveals him a sensitive song accompanist as well as instrumental sparring partner."
BBC Radio 2

"warm and almost telepathic complementary guitar work that provides the album's primary musical and textural signature."

What the Seller needs to start the work

Materials required:
Guide tracks/existing mix - this may be as, midi files, stereo mix or time-locked multitrack audio files. Please ensure tempo information is included.
I work with Cubase 7 so if your project is in this format you can also send me a copy of the project file if you wish.
I am a fluent music reader so if you have any sheet music, standard notation, chord symbols etc please supply - it can all help to save time and focus on the music!