Reamping is a two-stage process whereby you first record a dry or clean track and then re-record the track afterwards by sending the clean track back through your amps and effects.

The benefits with Reamping are tremendous: From the musician’s perspective, the best performance is usually captured when the artist is fresh. Without Reamping, the guitarist would have to play for hours while the engineers moved mics in front of the amp to find the perfect sound. By the time the engineer was ready to record, the guitarist would be tired and would be more prone to errors.