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Andy Sneap interview @Pro Tools expert

Discussion in 'Andy Sneap' started by ~BURNY~, Nov 14, 2016.

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    damn that ended too soon, could have watched another 30-40 min of that easy
     
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    Agreed, cool interview
     
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    Andy is great. Always a treat to hear him talk about his work.
     
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    At around 11:26, is he talking about using one of these for micing cabs? Or the AE2500?

    Always thought of it as a kick/toms microphone..
     
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    I seem to remember him using the ATM250de. I think it was for ArchEnemy's Khaos Legions, with the Peavey XXX cabinet.

    I have both the AE and the ATM. They sound quite different from one another.
    I haven't been very successful micing cabs with them. I think could not "get it right" as Andy suggests. .

    I personally love the AE on top of snare drums though and it's indeed a good kick drum mic, the ATM is great on toms, slightly lacks bottom for bass drum duties.
    I'd say you should never assume a mic is made for a single purpose. Be creative.
     
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