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TSX X30 Thread...Post your clips here!!

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by killzone666, Nov 10, 2009.

  1. killzone666

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    amon amarth?
     
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    Yup, borrowed a few riffs and the drums. :p
     
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    Erkan mr-walker.bandcamp

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    There is this strange fizz which spans sooo broadly across the frequency spectrum on the X30, it makes me hate it even though it's an AWESOME sim. I just can't get it to work for my music... that kind of fizz is a no go. Can't get rid of it either by EQing it since it spans so broadly across the spectrum. I have never heard an e530 in real life but if they also have that fizz, then I will spit on those amps if I ever see one.
     
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    Hi erkan, do you still hear this in the newest version(1.01)? and what samplerate do you work on? I haven't noticed it, but please check out future updates and tell me when/if it disappears :p
     
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    Morgan C MAX LOUD PRESETS¯\(°_o)/¯

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    If you're describing what I think you are.. thats what I love about it. Its not uber smooth on the palm mutes like most other sims. It sounds like a distorted guitar should, imo. But then I'm a drummer, so what do I know ;p

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    plus mine, posted in the other thread, mostly Slate drums, all gtrs incl leads are X30:
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/324723/LostElementX30.mp3
     
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    erkan did u try using c4 to tame the 3900hz -5500 area?

    Congrats onqel that sim is the best i ever heard! recorded some shit with it and it is the most similar to a real amp. No more need to get more attack before the DI hits the amp
     
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    Wow. These sound great guys!!
     
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    How did you get that bass tone. It's sweet!!!
     
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    It could be an aliasing problem...:rolleyes:
    I think a hear some ironisch fizz too sometimes.
    But i am still training my ears.
     
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    Which are made at what frequencies usually? sorry i'm a newbie,
     
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    Nuno Filipe You talkin' to me?

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    It depends, but HPF is usually applied between 60hz and 120hz and LPF between 10khz and 15khz.

    I did a quick mix too:
    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1457645/Exos.mp3
     
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    I think it was Studio Bass Devil mostly. I also used the exciter trick I usually use on vocals, which worked well (a second bus of vocals highpassed at like 5hz, obv lower for bass, compressed to hell and mixed with the original).
     
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