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5150 settings from the absence???

Discussion in 'The Absence' started by alecmetal, May 2, 2006.

  1. alecmetal

    alecmetal New Metal Member

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    i just read that the absence used 5150 on a few tracks..???how were the settings for the 5150?????
     
  2. Mark_Palangio

    Mark_Palangio On The Fields Of Life

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    They recorded the last 3 songs on From Your Grave with a 5150. Those songs were their EP. I doubt Pete is going to remember the exact settings though.
     
  3. ihave27frets

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    im going to try to remember...
    Its all lead channel, Gain 10 (yeah, I know), Low 7, mid 3 1/2, High 7, volume 3, Resonance 5, Presence 8. Now keep in mind this is all from memory but it should be pretty damn close. And also a BBE sonic maximizer was used on those songs.
     
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    Damn, that's crazy how good that sounds recorded with the gain on 10. How did you have the BBE setup?
     
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    Haha, good to see you learned your lesson. :p The songs carry themselves regardless of guitar tone so you got away with it. :D

    EDIT: not to say that the tone's BAD, it's just the first songs 7 tone owns it. :)
     
  6. Mark_Palangio

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    I feel the opposite. I like the tone and production better on the last 3 songs.
     
  7. K Odell

    K Odell \=/Varnisher\=/

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    Yeah when we toured with the guys I remember always thinking how incredible Pat's 5150 sound was. I couldnt believe how big it sounded. And of course the cobra was on point everynight. I never got to play on that cobra Pete.
     
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    FretsAflame Undercover Shredder

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    whew, I have the gain on mine at around 4 now :lol:
     
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    :zombie: Well whatever makes you happy. :D
     

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