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Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by Lasse Lammert, Dec 20, 2016.

  1. Lasse Lammert

    Lasse Lammert HCAF Blitzkrieg

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    let me know what you think, please
     
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    Nice!! Any info on the amps-cabs-mics?? Also, what snare is this?
     
  3. Lasse Lammert

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    5153, Mesa cab (I think?) sm57 + 421

    He used a tiny 12" snare very high pitched.it's mainly the original snare you hear, he banged it HARD (I used some room samples though)
     
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    Great mix. Dual tracked? What about the bass?
     
  5. Lasse Lammert

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    Thanks.

    Dual tracked.
    Bass was sansamp mainly (with steel strings)
     
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    Sounds great. Did you use a secondary distorted bass track ? for some reason i always feel the need to add one when using the sansamp BDI. Standard roundwound strings also contribute with the problem in my case.
     
  7. Lasse Lammert

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    I'll have to check.
    But to be honest I'm often only using split tracks because "that's what people do"...most of the time I'm actually fine with just one good sounding track
     
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    The drum clarity and punch is stellar, I love the mix
     
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    this sounds great dude
     
  10. Lasse Lammert

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    Thanks a ton, guys!
     
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    That guitar tone is so sickening, sounds amazing as always lasse
     
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    i love this mix!
     
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    Sounds awesome at low volume but when I turn it up , the low end is overwhelming , or am I still getting used to my EVE SC208 monitors ?, not sure yet, noone else seemed to complain about the low end.
     
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    Everything is perfect as it's humanly possible... except vocals, sound like cupper.
    Snare doesn't sound that high I was prepared to hear something like Dying Fetus high snare.
     

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