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My best mix so far

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by shreds, May 24, 2011.

  1. shreds

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    Okey guys. This song was made as school project this spring and got rated 5/5. Now it's your time to tell what you think.

    Drums are programmed, bass sound from Ampeg SVX and guitars from Laboga Mr Hector amp.

    I'll answer for more questions about sounds but listen to it first ;)

    http://soundcloud.com/themataband
     
  2. Ascendant

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    Brutal! Rhythm guitars sound a bit scooped. Really liking the bass tone, gritty and huge as fuck, just the way I like it, but the guitars could use some more space in there.

    Seriously fuck me, that bass tone slays!:headbang: PREZETZ PLOX? Nah but some info on the chain would be swell, I refuse to believe it's just one track with Ampeg.
     
  3. shreds

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    Bass was split to two channels; bottom and distorted mid-range.

    Bottom: Ampeg SVX (SVT-classic) -> SC-226 channel -> EQ -> Nomad BW2S
    Distorted: Ampeg SVX (SVT-classic) -> D16 Devastor -> SC-226 channel -> EQ -> Nomad E-Tube -> Nomad BW2S

    No presets used. Bass was first recorded in Dropped B, then pitched to A.
     

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