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Discussion in 'F.O.H.' started by Thared33, Jul 21, 2009.
you should check out the tones ive been getting with my 8080head at the moment
I'd like to hear it! It might help me pull the trigger on buying one
Have you listened to Perseverance? I think the tone on it is pretty awesome!
But Symbolic and before uke:
Don't get me wrong, I love Individual Thought Patterns as much as the other guy, but you're right about that tone.
Nah, I'm really not a fan of the Perseverance tone either; very harsh, scooped, and a bit squelchy to my ears In fact I might actually like the Symbolic one a bit better! But the music is so awesome that I'm hardly one to care
i love the tone on perseverance, its amaaazing
This is actually up there with my favorite all time mixes. The drums sound boss as hell, and everything sits REALLLL nice.
hatebreed - perserverance ???
Hahahahahhahahhaha, good god no - Death's "The Sound of Perseverance"
That album sounds great.
I think I remember reading somewhere many years ago that Papa Roach recorded a whole album with a Marshall AVT combo of some sort...so yeh...just thought I'd chuck that out there for no reason...
but the marshall sound of hatebreeds - perseverance is quit good, very raw!!!
I´m not into death so I´ve no idea how the sound is, you guys are talking about
Oh yeah, I wasn't talking about the tone on that album (in fact, I'd probably prefer it to the Death one ), I just really don't like Hatebreed
no problem, I know what you mean
Listen to Bite The Pain, so much miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiids
But to everyone else, yes it's an amazing mix.
Those mids are in the lead tone, not in the rhythm
EDIT: However, I guess it's not overly scooped, just has this horrid scratchy harsh sound that makes my ears scream for mercy - I mean, I guess it fits, but I could never call it a tone I actually "like"
I always preferred the mix on Symbolic, and I fucking love the lead section on the title track!
Perseverance just feels so much huger to me. It may sound weird, but it sounds like very little EQ was used on it, just great tracking. I've been trying to figure out what studio it was recorded in, but I can't find the info anywhere! If anyone has the actual CD with the booklet, I'd appreciate the notes!
dual recs and modded 5150s are the tits. i still don't understand what the powerball is all about when it comes to studio use.
Don't worry, you're among friends here with that attitude
Randall RM100... then if you want a new sound just switch modules... Less tweaking more recording!
I just got a peavey Vypyr tube 60 and i love it but i like a lot of thick bottom end. But not lazy, i has to be tight i am planning on getting a boss metal zone pedal. Any other suggestions for getting a great thrash and death metal tone?http://www.ultimatemetal.com/forum/images/smilies/headbob.gif