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Discussion in 'Backstage' started by Brett - K A L I S I A, Nov 6, 2006.

  1. Brett - K A L I S I A

    Brett - K A L I S I A Dreaded Moderator

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    Please post all questions, comments & anything related to this artist here.

    Wages Of Sin Anthems Of Rebellion / Dead Eyes See No Future / Doomsday Machine / Live Apocalypse

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    I just picked up the DVD. This band is just, beyond baddass, and the mix is fucking perfect! :kickass:
     
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    Tachy Senior Fuckers

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    Great musician too
     
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    beta 57 on snare top i see (too boxy for me)

    triggers galore!!!!!!

    i wish i could do this, i hate recording acoustic drums, haha
     
  6. JeffTD

    JeffTD Senhor Testiculo

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    Toms were all natural on Doomsday ;).
     
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    Damn!!! Nice pics! Double trigs on the kicks! Is that for backup, I wonder? And, is that some kind of Earthworks device on the left kick? Wow, and the beaters are turned sideways! Also, looks like Christopher has a Digitech "Brian May" pedal. Once again, very cool pics!
     
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    Uhm double triggers were 1 for recording and 1 for monitoring..
     
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    seba_never Death Metaller

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    Hell-O...

    I wonder how to achieve a bassdrum sound similar to Doomsday Machine sound? I use BFD VSTi so the samples are pretty good, but after almost 666 ( ;) ) tries of processing I still didn't get any similar sound....

    My question is.... what processing should I use to get closer to mentioned Arch Enemy sound? Normally I use multiband compressors, gates and some Eqss, but maybe there's something missing? Or maybe you can help me with correct presets???

    Thanx in advance ;)
     
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    Please look where you post! Go to the Andy produced album section, go to arch enemy and read read read read read....
     
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    seba_never Death Metaller

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    :worship: oh yeaaa :) Do you have some and wanna share? :)

    It would be too easy... ;) I want to learn something that may be useful in the future... Using already processed samples isn't what I'm thinking of... ;)

    But If you have any Andy's drum samples , please share!
    I bet that Andy processes them anyway during mix....
     
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    seba_never Death Metaller

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    oopppsss! I'm really sorry.
    If anyone can move this post to proper thread - please do!

    thank you.
     
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    KnifeVariable quite a douchebag

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    Read the forum FAQ, it's there with a reason. :loco:
     
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    Frayed ends of sanity New Metal Member

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    Is that a circular saw blade in there?
     
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    Yeah, I'm curious where he used it on the album, still haven't figured out..
    I think maybe the beginning of Mechanic God Creation.....
     
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    Does anyone know what effects michael amott uses on his rhythm tone on doomsday machine. I'm really curious if he uses an overdrive pedal to boost.
     
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    OD820 into Krank Rev1 into Krank cabinet into 57, OD820 into Mesa Racktifier into Mesa cabinet into 57.

    2 tracks of each.
     
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    I thought they used the Mesa cab for both heads?

    And, to the guy who said that C. Amott had a Brian May pedal? I don't think those were out yet, but I could be wrong?
     
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    Thanks, I was trying to get his tone with the amp only. Now I see why I couldn't get it. Any other tips would be greatly appreciated.
     

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