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So I just finished mixing this track, and the wonderful Chris Clancy did some vocals for me.
I think it's sounding pretty good, but could I get...
Aside from using a professional recovery service which may or may not give you adequate results for $500-1000, unfortunately it looks like it's...
See, if you'd've let me mix and master it... ;)
No seriously I want to mix and master your shit.
I use Rokit 8s...they're not too bad for what they are. Plus, they are pretty good for gaming. I use mine for Skyrim.
Did you even READ the post? He's already got the ISP, he's just wondering which gate goes where.
Question: do they sound awful on their own or inside a mix? I've had terrible sounding solo guitar tones that sound great in a mix.
You can EQ that out. I use it for bass clank too.:OMG:
I FUCKING LOVE Le456 for clean tones. So much sparkle.
Oh HAIIIIIIIILL no. I have a US1800 that can record 16 tracks simultaneously on USB 2.0.
Wonderful addition to the mic cabinet. Small spike at about 4.5 kHz, but that can be notched out. Great for snares, guitar cabs, and...
All of the above. Seriously, it all depends on the mix.
I mixed a song at one point where the vocalist had a gorgeous voice but she wouldn't...
This is super neat; however, how does one use these in a signal chain?
It depends on the mix and the snare and the type of ring. There's a certain type of ring, it's got a real...kinda "poooong" sound that I hate. But...
I'll give it a go tonight, though it's not your typical setup.
Boost: Boss SD1
Preamp: ENGL E530
Poweramp: Peavey Valveking
Cabinet: B52 4x12