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Earth-shattering low-end

Discussion in 'Bar' started by Flow Of Time, Mar 7, 2015.

  1. Flow Of Time

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    yay!!
     
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    Nyet. Fun test, but sounds very muddy.
     
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    Notuern Bloody vaginal belch

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    Nay, but try putting something like GMonoBass on the guitar tracks.. it helps in some cases(It lets you adjust the stereo width on everything below a certain cutoff-frequency.).
     
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    Sounds like a good idea, I'll give it a shot :)
     
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    ShainSTH New Metal Member

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    I cut the lowend of the guitars just below 40Hz. I liked the "oomph" so I figured why not
     
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    ShainSTH New Metal Member

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    I actually figured you boosted the low end in some way and not cut it. haha

    What did you use for the source tone? I quite like it.
     
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    Well it's common to cut the low-end way higher.
    I used an Axe Fx Ultra
     
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    Yeah, I usually cut around 80Hz to 100Hz. I've never tried the Axe Fx stuff but I really like some of the tones I hear out of it.
     
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    Can't speak for the Axe II, but the Ultra needs a shit tonne of tweaking to sound good

    But it's pretty nice after you've tinkered a few patches
     

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