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Discussion in 'CoB Off-topic' started by Blindfold, Oct 16, 2006.
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Hey everyone I wasn't sure where to put this but I just started a new band, we are looking for a singer in the Los Angeles area! So if you guys can check out the clip and let me know what you think! its just a sample of a few songs.
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Can anybody recommend me a free (or not so big) 5 string electric bass vsti plugin.
Seems like I always have problems when I export midi bass tracks from GP, import them to reaper and add a vsti plugin. With the low notes like an fsharp on the low E string (not downtuned) most plugins dont play them or make them sound like an NH. Pretty much all the plugins i tried have the problems or sound very bad. What am I doing wrong?
You're out of range. Stop writing notes that are too low to be played in real life and the program will actually generate sounds that sound like real life.
I know you said it's an f# on an e string, but what octave are you in? are we talking the f# inside the bass clef? or are you going below the bass clef?
It might be that the person creating the plug in thought that was out of range. That's what we do when we create sound files: we make it sound like shit out of range so people will learn to learn the range of the instrument for which they are writing.
No bass vst plugin will ever sound as good as a real bass. Even if you pick up trillian which is f****ng expensive. A 100 bucks bass will always sound better.
My advice : forget about VSTs, buy a cheap bass.
Thats not true. I do have vst plugins which sounds better than a lot real bass guitars I know. The only problem is that I can't get them to simulate a nearly good human playing. full notes are okay but all which is =/> 8th's it sounds too artificial
The thing as you say is that you'll spend a lot of time trying to humanize the playing with slides, palm mutes, bends etc. Playing a real bass would much more simple!
And remember when we talked about Eeast west bass vst? You said that you had to pich down the track so that your low E string could sound like you'd want it to sound. That's also a pain in the ass
But you're right, I went a bit too far saying that a 100 bucks bass would sound better than Trillian. But you get the idea.
That's only my opinion though.
Actually i am in the normal range for a bass guitar. Not even downtuned. I need vstis for quickbrecordings. And i dont have a bass or the ability to play it as i would neeed to play it in order to let it sounds as i imagine. So which vstis are you guys using besides trillian?
East West Hardcore Bass.
Ever seen a fretlight guitar? Really cool
I've been following this thread for like 4 years as a guest. Now I finally registered. Just wanted to say hi.
To those who record guitar covers!
What programs do you guys use?
Adobe Audition 3
Hello Kitty Adventures
DO you have a keygen?
I recently got to know that one of friends of my friend!! has a very old and rare tube amp that has barely been played
Dynacord Eminent I 1956!!!!! Made in Germany!!!
he says it has been played a few times.
he said to me they had a music store in Tehran and after the 1979 revolution all the music stores were being destroyed so they took all they precious stuff to his grandpa's house!
and now he wants to sell it!
the question I have is that can this amp do any good for me?
can this amp satisfy me???
I strongly doubt you'll get any knowledge or information here
try to find a new guitar tone tell me what you think!
i was thinking about customizing my jackson. right now its just a stock rr24m with white bevels and black hardware. what do you guys think about green bevels and gold hardware...does it look good with the maple fretboard??? let me know what you guys think about it
I have the same guitar... If I was to do something itd be gold hw... and maybe throw some SD gus g pups 4 da lookz... How are you gonna paint the bevels?