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EXODUS

Discussion in 'Backstage' started by Brett - K A L I S I A, Nov 6, 2006.

  1. DHProductions

    DHProductions New Metal Member

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    GTRs finally sound like they should belong in a thrash band's mix... Just enough of everything to cut really well but allowing more space for the bass and the drums to really stand out. Im listening to this compared to everything from TOTD and on and It is by far my favorite Sneap mix with exodus by far. They all really outdid themselves.

    I also never like rob dukes vox, on anything, but listening to this album makes me understand why it worked with the older material... Much different sound and riffage, had zetro come back sooner I dont think it would have hit nearly as hard. His voice suits the old school thrash sound and the new material just works with his sound.

    I love it! Zetro really sounds like Mille in some of his screams. Its awesome.
     
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    the lack of activity in this thread is mind blowing. i guess this isnt "techy" or "deathcorey" enough for the crowd here these days. no wonder Andy doesn't post here anymore.
     
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    Not much to say. Kemper guitars so no guitar amp/mic porn speculation. Great drummer with good equipment, engineering and room. Songs sound pretty good, vocals sound okay but the lyrics are a bit laughable in my book.
     
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    Sloan Sounds like shit!

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    Totally been jamming this. It's just straightforward and kills.
     
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    ... but there is still an amp/cab/mic combination that made that profile that we can speculate on. to my ears it almost sounds like they mic'd up gary's savage and then eq matched it to tempo of the damned.

    on a related note, does anyone else feel like different profiles were used on the guitar for different songs? i feel like the sound on numb and wrapped in the arms of rage kind of has a xxx/exhibit a vibe but then the rest of the songs sound like a combination of exhibit b and tempo to me.
     
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    I definately hear a XXX or Savage like crunch during the middle section of Numb. Am sure not matter what though its Gary/Lees touch that is most important. I be interested to know what PUPs were used too.
     
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    Sorry for the bump, but i've been listening to this album a lot lately and I was wondering if anyone has more info about the amp/cab/mic combination used to capture the profile...
     
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    gary said in a couple interviews he is running a profile of his modded '87 marshall when they play live... i would guess that the same profile was used for the album. def sounds like t75 speakers too so i would guess marshall cab.
     
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    I think he said that they also recorded the guitars at home, which would make sense that it is infact that profile.
     
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    I'd kill for these profiles...:yell:
     
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    It's a shame they won't sell some of these profiles.
     
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    Just try Exodus tone with my Marshall Valvestate 8100
     
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    That sound nothing like the album im afraid.

    And don't take it the bad way, it's just tough love :)
     
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    what you think about the sound?


    I tried record heavy guitar with
    marshall valvestate 8100, fender speaker 12" and shure sm57

    ( riff idea from youtube )
     

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