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Recording guitars to an album, is it right time for a change, part 2

In this post I will go through recording guitars for STUD's third album. I already discussed recording guitars for our two previous albums in my post "Recording guitars to an album, is it right time for a change, part 1", which you might also want to check out. However, on the third album I took a complete different route, and therefore the question: "is it right time for a change?".

Some of you have read my post "Make the best out of your band's demo, part 1", where I told that I used Scuffham S-Gear plugin for guitar, when making the demos for our new album. By the time it was time to start recording backing tracks for the album, I asked myself a question: could I make the record using S-Gear instead of real amps. At first, I thought that it's not a real deal if I didn't have my amps blasting through microphones, but little by little I started to really like the idea.

Already, while making the demos I noticed that the guitar sound I was …