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6505 preamp->impulse test

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by Inseminator, Apr 27, 2011.

  1. Inseminator

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    andrewl913 New Metal Member

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    love the mix and guitar tones! bass seems to sit a little to heavy in my opinion. could be my speakers...
     
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    Wish I could get direct tones like this with my engl blackmore...Good Shit man!! I'm jealous, lol.
     
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    What's your interface? That sounds great!
     
  5. Inseminator

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    tc konnekt 24d

    btw thanks guys, but that clip sounds me flat and lacks punch :/

    I tried another shot with fredman technique:
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/5371715/SNewBass 4.mp3
    what do u think, better? what is the weakest part of chain? (i mean, guits, bass...?)
    :)
     
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    Yea i mean the first tone isn't perfect but it's a lot better than i can get direct with my engl. idk why it sounds so incredibly different direct, way less gain, less punch, it basically responds like a different amp, it's weird...anyways, is there a high low split on the bass? I've really been getting into that lately, on my high track i high and low pass out everything but the mids and throw distotion on it, maybe add some treble or high mids till it's super dirty, and just bring it up barely enough to blend with the guitars low end...
     
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    Sounding great man, maybe it needs i slight cut in the low mids some where, got a slight hollow sound to it! But if thats what you going for then i cant fault it. Good Job.
     
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    That is seriously cool tone. I think I actually like the first better?

    Btw., there are some distortion/clipping artifacts going on, most pronounced in the second clip.
     
  9. Virgil.

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    I like the tones, but the overall mix seems very cloudy or muddy... what sort of highpass and lowpass eq do you have going on in your master?
     
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    yep, even 3 splitted basses (I know, bass still sound like shit:)), low, grit, and dry DI
     
  11. Inseminator

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    no high/lowpass on my master, I don't know, why is that so muddy :-/
    I tried re-mix it and track guitars with one sm57

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/5371715/ROS-ESP 8.mp3

    but I'd like to know, how to get more 3d space into my mix, I'm despaired ;-/ ideas?
     

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