New Video Digitech Trio Plus Recording Tutorial Teaching Parts and Matching Tempo

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In this video, I take you through a tutorial of the steps of using the Digitech Trio Plus for Recording and Teaching Parts with Matched Tempos. When you first start creating parts with the Trio Plus, it can get confusing as you want to ensure that the tempo is matched between parts as they are created so you get a nice easy flow throughout your song. While this sounds like a complicated process, the pedal makes it so easy and intuitive.

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  • TNRich on

    Hey Pedal Guy… thanks for highlighting the Trio+… a great tool…

    I’ve never seen anyone discuss this technique I use…

    I use a Radial Reamp (passive) box to import tracks into the Trio+.

    I use either a guitar rhythm track, bass track or drum track to teach the band the song parts. I use Ultimate Guitar, and other sources to get the tracks for the songs I want the Trio to learn. Even complex songs can be brought in using this technique. This is a real time saver and helps get the timing to sync better.

    The particular reamp box I use is…

    If I need to transpose a song into a different key then I will use the GuitarTab app on my iPad, and then import via the reamp box.

    Keep up the great work!

  • Scott Pedalguy on

    Hi Mike D,
    Sorry for the late reply on this. I have a whole playlist of tips and tricks for the TRIO so it will teach you everything you need to know. Just visit our YT Channel.

  • Mike D on

    Thanks for the tutorial .. Its a tricky pedal to master hope to see more tricks and tips.

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