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Asking Alexandria - Stand up and Scream

Discussion in 'Production' started by ali3, Mar 13, 2011.

  1. ahjteam

    ahjteam Anssi Tenhunen

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    Lets say your band has two guitar players, Dick and Willie. In the graph Dick represents 1 and Willie represents 2. If Willie sucks, Dick plays his parts too.
     
  2. JeffEstrada

    JeffEstrada Ascend Recordings

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    First off, I did use the search. I found a few answers but no DEFINITE answer. Just wanted to clear things up, which is the actual Snare and kick used for Asking Alexandria's Stand up and Scream album?
     
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    Mthrdcore New Metal Member

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    for the kick kick10 (like always) for the snare i dont know
     
  4. Seth Munson

    Seth Munson How do Amber Lamps?

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    ahjteam Anssi Tenhunen

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    I combined your thread with this existing one. Read the stickies in the future ;)
     
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    WOW dude, Guitar is close, and so are the drums. What you using for guitars?
     
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    Charlez Carlos Rosa

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    Pod farm! Cali diamond plate/threadplate cab/condenser mic
     
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    when listening to albums like this, I can't say I ever would have thought the tones were from Pod Farm and the drums were Slate samples.

    Sure, some of the stuff is more noticeable upon listening now but sheesh. This was a big music surprise for me.
     
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    WHAT?! A CHICK?! IN A PRODUCTION FORUM?!
    Please don't tell me this is deja vu like what happened last time in the Sneap forum...
     
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    jimwilbourne I try.

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    ^haha.

    Good. There's too much man on UM anyway. Haha
     
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    jipchen ForesterStudio

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    ( :lol: Thanks for the explanation man! )
     
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    sorry, im probably a complete retard but what is TS?
     
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    @Joey

    Any tips on how you got Snare 11 to sound like that? There's a spot in one of the songs where the snare hits by itself. I cut it out, and have been playing it in a loop for the past hour just trying to get my snare 11 anywhere close to it. Maybe you can talk a little bit about your chain on that?

    What I've tried so far is mix my snare 11z1 with z4.
    I have Dominion adding some attack and brought the sustain down
    L2 and a GClip afterwards.
    I cut some 350Hz out.
    Added TransXWide
    S1 Shuffler for some widening.
    I tried processing the z4 separately from the Z1

    Feel free to completely shoot my chain down...
     
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    Try Z3 and Z5, not Z1 and Z4! I think joey didn't use only one sample. Layering is the key... but damn, why do you try to copy his sound completely?? Start finding your own! ;)

    Your chain looks good btw!
     
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    Thank's for the tips.

    It's not really about sounding like him, it's more important to at least know 'how' :)
     

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