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Discussion in 'Children Of Bodom' started by akamouzis, Dec 11, 2017.

  1. <-Warheart->

    <-Warheart-> † Fuck You Very Much †

    Dec 24, 2005
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    I had the EMG set up as standard and it sounded sloppy! The gain boost wasn't great either but maybe it was something different, it was a long time ago..

    And yeah I've been on XP since forever, literally had no reason whatsoever to upgrade until this year when I wanted to install a photography editing software which required 7 or newer, so I got a copy from someone and now there's bloody audio lag! I've done my research, it's not RAM! As I've got the same hardware as when I had XP and it worked fine. I haven't really got the time right now to be sitting and getting my chops back anyway so I won't bother trying to sort it until I do!
  2. mrKRB64

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    Melbourne, Australia
    Windows 7 requires more RAM just to run (over a gig) than XP just so you know. I think you'll be fine if you buy a external sound card. I bought both the ALX set and the MM04. Used the pickup from the ALX and the MM04 in my Jackson, I stupidly put the EMG gain boost in my Ibanez PGM301 & sounds like shit so need to take it out. I'm guessing you got the ALX thing as the MM04 sounds really clear to my ears
    #22 mrKRB64, Jan 22, 2018
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