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Tracking guitars remotely with LISTENTO





We caught up with songwriter and producer Jack Leonard (UNKLE, Baby Queen, Foxes) and Matthew Genovese to uncover their process for tracking guitars remotely using a combination of Zoom and Audiomovers’ LISTENTO.



The duo have never met in person. Being paired together in a virtual songwriting session, the duo quickly bonded through their shared love of the same bands and artists and decided to create something unique of their own.


Discussing their process for tracking guitars over LISTENTO and Zoom, Leonard states that “You just get more of an accurate end product that you’re happier with.” Watch the full video below for more details in their workflow.





Neil Dowd
Author: Neil Dowd

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