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Nu-Metal mix (S2.0, 8505, AmpegSXV ect...)

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by AStacy2, Jun 22, 2009.

  1. AStacy2

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    http://files.getdropbox.com/u/875894/Krosst - Threnody.mp3


    Drums are S2.0 because the band didn't have a drummer.


    Bass is cheap 5 string ESP autotuned to hell then through Ampeg SXV.


    Guitars are cheap 7 string ESP through 8505>Boogex (spreshigh)


    Vox are SM58>RMEFF800....hating myself for not using SM7b this time around.


    Anything that you guys think could be better? Thanks for listening.
     
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    You need a massive sounding kit.

    And why was the bass autotuned?
     
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    Make the kit sound bigger? Cool, any specific ideas or just more verb maybe?


    Bass was autotuned because it wouldn't stay in tune good lol.
     
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    that hi-hat sounds super super mechanical.
     
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    The voice remind me Corey Taylor from Slipknot :Smokedev:
     
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    Yeah, I didn't mess with any velocities, guess I should do that. lol. Thanks for the feedback man.
     
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    Haha cool. I was worried about the vocals sounding good on this one because the singer had trouble singing in this key compared to a few of the other songs. I had to put this through Melodyne in manual mode to get everything on the right note and then draw straight lines on the pitch drift/vibrato in Autotune to get everything consistant. Lots of work! Thanks for listening man!
     

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