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Discussion in 'Bar' started by AboutBlank, Mar 25, 2013.
Love the huge snare verb.
Another superb Northlane/Putney(?!) work, darker but amazing.
I didn't want to be the only guy on here on Putney's balls with threads on all of his shit- but is too goddamned good
Jup, so good! And yeah, Putney all the way
The drum sound on this makes me want to cry.
Yeh. He wins
I love how this record is loud as all hell with little to no audible clipping. It scared my mastering engineer.
He's good at making people want to quit. Real good.
was this mixed by Putney? maybe it was another structures situation and the band made him make it that insanely loud. or youtube?
Definitely Youtube. Listen on Spotify.
Ahhhhhh I forgot this was out, kudos for the reminder!
I wish I could see the inside of this session. Maybe he will show me
Would also wish to know what he did with the verb for example
Just sounds like a gated verb to me, but obviously not ridiculous 80s style. there's a LOT of automation just on the reverb it seems, like the release of the gate depends on the tempo?
who mastered this?
Old mate Putney did the whole thing I believe.
Sorry to bump this thread. But, i´ve been listening to this record ALOT lately, and i´m trying to figure out what amps they used. I know putney uses different combinations of amps and cabs. Does anyone have a clue? Cuz this sound is really unique and odd, in a good way.
I was almost going to bump this thread with the same question... then I found the answer and will now bump this thread with that instead! Fucking killer production on this album...
From the interview:
"Last I worked with Will he had a lot of fun as a mad scientist combining a lot of different tones together in the re-amping stage. Were you there for the mixing process? Were the tones re-amped or or did you keep the tracking tones? Do you know what gear was used?
The tones werent re-amped. We used a Diezel VH4 into a diezel cab and then a 5150ii into a mesa cab, Will blended these in a summing mixer and then added a Krank revolution into a palmer DI in some bits and a bogner uberschall in others. For all of the leads and any affected tones we exclusively used the Axefx II, cant really remember which specific amp models."