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A Séance [Heavy as fack]

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by Mendel, May 20, 2008.

  1. Mendel

    Mendel Lag Arkane

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    Long time no been here ( chinese hooker talk )
    How are you guys doing :D ?

    Finally after being busy with Escadron a new song of my own.


    check it out, and how do you like the mix ?

    http://soundclick.com/share?songid=6558851

    greetings :)
     
  2. kev

    kev Im guybrush threepwood

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    Great mendel! I swear there was an element of the monkey island theme in it :D
     
  3. DivisionByZero

    DivisionByZero Gold Member

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    Dude, this is INSANE! Ridiculously good (song & sound). :headbang:

    Best programmed drums I've heard for a while. Still using DFHS and your POD?
     
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    very cool song! great to hear some stuff from u again, keep that up!
     
  5. Mendel

    Mendel Lag Arkane

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    Indeed, my goal was: fuck trigger samples etc, i want the original dfhs kit on it !!

    and yes pod :D lov it !

    the patch i used is on www.customtone.com search for Hatesphere.
     
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    Sounds f'in great!! Dfhs and pod :loco:

    What is the clean guitar? Pod? Can you share your patch?
     
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    Very cool stuff man, what kind of processing did you do on the guitars?
     
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    Intense
    I really enjoyed that:)
     
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    that was fucking awesome mate!
     
  10. Mendel

    Mendel Lag Arkane

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    sure, the guitar is a schecter blackjack with emg81 and emg60 at neck.

    the clean tone is the emg 60 with the podxt using it's ms-brit 900.

    and ibanez sandgrip pick's ( is very important for a guitar tone, what pics u use)
     
  11. FalseMessiah Mike

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    JEBUS! I love it.
    What’s your secret for dfhs programming when doing fast tempo drums (blast beats and black metal). It's pretty easy to make them sound like machine guns. I have my dfhs set up so it is randomly going through the samples, but my cymbals hits keep sounding like machine guns.
    I don't really have the same problem with the kick, snare or toms because you want them to sound consistent.
     
  12. "Evil" Aidy

    "Evil" Aidy Mörti Viventi

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    Sounds killer Mendel!

    Could you share some info about the drums e.g. what snare drum you using n stuff?

    I love the natural samples on DFHS. I choose not to do any sample replacement most of the time.

    Nice lead guitar tone too :cool:

    Cheers!
     

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