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Devin Townsend shows you how he records his demo's

Discussion in 'F.O.H.' started by ATLA, Nov 20, 2015.

  1. xFkx

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    I assume the delay/verb/whatever on his effects only unit are 100% wet ye ?
     
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    Ericlingus Prettiest Hair Around

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    that's what I was thinking but I'm not sure. Seems like a cool idea to record a third guitar track that's wet only.
     
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    So do you double down the rhythm guitar parts with the octave as Devin does in this video? Any thoughts on doing that?. Personally i used to quad track, but now i only record two takes, but i experimented a little with doubling with the octave and it sounded more defined and clear, but my question then becomes do i do this on all types of riffs? i can see that becoming difficult for me for some of my riffs, so is it then better to not do it so the guitar sounds consistent throughout a song?
     

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