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Discussion in 'Backline' started by migreeni, Sep 1, 2007.
Is this any good? Bass, guitars, screams etc. Naturally metal
I just got one and have only used it for acoustic guitar and vocals through a AT4040 out via spdif into my daw...
I would imagine it sounds great on just about everything except high gain guitar...
buy one, if you dont like it, return it.
it's a great tool for the price...the guitar tones are decent, i really dig the bass sounds, and the mic pre models aren't bad at all
I like it.
The models don't really ever get put into anything I record though.
A while ago I recorded a short demo with the following equipment:
Variax 700 + Toneport (triple rectifier model pack) + Steven Slate Drums
I bought a Toneport a few weeks ago and I love it. Make sure you get the Metal pack addon if you want to record anything high gain though. The amps in there are a cut above the regular ones when it comes to metal (big suprise...). Also, don't expect flawless simulations or that you can tweak the models as you would tweak their real-life counterparts. Just turn the knobs until it sounds good.
Toneport = great purchase
here's a clip i did with mine, just using the stock amp/cab models
Dude... teach me. LOL
you can find both guitar patches, the bass patch, and the kick/snare samples i used right there...the guitars sound pretty lame untill you put both of them in a mix together, then they're decent
Thanks! Have you quadtracked it?
nope, just one track of each...the overdriven bass tone just kinda rounds things out nicely