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Born Of Osiris - Machine cover

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by Kondzik89, Oct 28, 2014.

  1. Kondzik89

    Kondzik89 Member

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    Hi guys :worship:

    I done this cover couple days ago, but how you can see there is no solo part and vocals. Maybe someone have superskill to play solo or vocals? :D

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDGxNbBpX8M

    From the technical side I used to record my old guitar witch EMG 81 pickups.
    Signal chain looks something like this:
    iRig HD -> iPad Mini Retina -> JamUp Pro Loomis Metal Amp -> Focusrite Scarlett 2i4 -> DAW

    Bass track is pitch down electric guitar track and some comp and EQs

    Drums - Superior Drummer TMF :)

    Enjoy :)

    PS. I also count on good advice :Smokedev:
     
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    I like the playing a lot, it's great!

    The mix itself I think is a bit boxy - mainly the guitars. I've never used
    iRig or Jam Up pro so I am not an expert here.
     
  3. Kondzik89

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    I agree with You mate. How they play the same then hear boxy sound but with all instruments that "boxy effect" is losing, i think...
     
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    I wouldn't think they use jam up to record but just
    because it says Loomis on the tin, it does not mean it will sound the same
    with all DIs/setups (and how good the preset/software sounds to begin with, I honestly don't know).

    Since the playing is good, I don't think it will be long before you figure
    out the sound part. Uploading DIs or changing your setup slightly/experimenting with EQ might help.

    Cheers
    Than
     
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    I'd totally be willing to put in the leads/vocals for fun haha. Personally I never trusted mobile rigs like iRig, etc. Try using some other cab, or cutting 350-600Hz somewhere to clear up some of that boxiness
     
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    Aaaaaaand done, and I EQ'd the the track to cut out that boxiness that was there
     
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  7. Kondzik89

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    Hey mate,
    I did that, I cuted boxy freq on guitars and all mix. I think that sounds much better than earlier. Additionally I fixed terrible midi dynamics and added some Eq on bass guitar

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/11490091/Born Of Osiris - Machine unboxy.mp3
     
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    :devil: Devilish vocal mate!!!
     
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    Have you tried Ampkit for iOS? it might be better for this sound.

    Good playing and/or editing ! ;)
    Though I find B.O.O. extremely boring - one riff band.
     
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    Hi! Would you mind sharing the tracks? Great job btw on the song ;)
     

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