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Guitarist 3/2010

Palmer Daccapo

Author: Trevor Curwen · number of pages: 1
If you’ve recorded a guitar, but decide later that you don’t like the sound too much and want to change it, there are a couple of options. The first is to scrap it and start again, or you could do what’s known as re-amping. One option is to use amp simulation software as a plug-in on the recorded track, the other option is to physically send the recorded signal to an amp so it can then be re-recorded with a different tone, which is where Palmer’s Daccapo comes in.

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