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CARCASS Producer COLIN RICHARDSON Quits Mixing New Album; ANDY SNEAP Steps In - Mar

Discussion in 'Andy Sneap' started by ~BURNY~, Mar 22, 2013.

  1. DanLights

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    Haha no, I checked later and found out there's only one bonus track, I thought there were more, but what do I know, I'm a jewel case buyer, I avoid digipacks and digibooks whenever possible hahaha
     
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    would you mind sharing recording details :hotjump:
     
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    Sure man....I didn't want to bombard him with too many questions. so the little info I got was all I asked. Bill, Jeff and Dan... We all went out to dinner after soundcheck to grab some food and beers in NYC. He said he used 5150 3 and Bogner for the album. I asked if he used Vintage 30's and he said he wasn't sure.

    I 'm sure Andy has all the details. I did mention the Kemper to him and he surprisingly said, "how did you know that?" lol but we talked about guitars mostly. His live rig was a 5150 3 with a TS9 in front and Peavey Cabs. I told him about how all of the Sneapster's here on the forum said Heartwork was the "holy grail" of guitar tone for the time period and he just laughed. He did mention Andy was the perfect choice for the album and glad the way everything turned out as it did with the Colin to Andy transition....Pretty cool fellow in my opinion.
     
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    Wonder how many guitar rhythms tracks they recorded for this...seems like more than two for sure. I listened to the Non Compliance to ASTM F899 guitar track where Bill is playing by himself and it's got loads of room sound coming out of the right speaker, makes me wonder if Andy added a room mic somewhere in there too.
     
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    I read now that jeff walker said that colin quit to mix the trivium album? SERIOUSLY? If it´s truth, kinda dick move.
     
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    Yep Bill confirmed that...he said Colin was burned out only to find out the following day he was doing another band "I won't mention the band name he said" lol
     
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    Guitars on "Surgical Steel" sounds incredible. What Cab/Mic's was used during recording album?
     
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    Pretty sure it was the Kemper...

    I think Andy mentioned it was profiled from a Marshall cab, 57 and/or 421 mic and Fender 5150 III. I'll ask him in a bit.
     
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    It's 2 kemper tones stacked:
    tone 1 is 5150, v30s with 57 and 421
    tone 2 is randall ultra channel into krank cab mic'd with AT DE250
     
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    I love how Andy has recently been going with cabs he used to not be so fond of in the past, like the 5150 cabs and now Krank cabs. And he has been getting killer tones using these "forbidden" methods. Killer.
     
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    Wich "forbidden" methods:
     
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    I think he means using a Kemper profile.
     
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    I recall Andy not being too enthusiastic about 5150 cabs and krank cabs several years back. 5150 is probably the evh model here, but I think he's also used the peavey 5150 cab for a few records in recent years. I wasn't referring to Kemper above.
     
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    It's the XXX cab he's liked/used in the past. The Krank cab could very well have V30s in it; I'm pretty sure he left them in there after the tests he posted back in 2k5 or 2k6.
     
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    Hmmm maybe I am wrong about the 5150 cabs...thanks
     
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    He's the sole reason I bought an XXX cab. No need to mention that I haven't been as successful as him with it but it's a good cab.
     

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