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Playing with Amplitube 3

Discussion in 'Practice Room' started by Revson, Jan 8, 2014.

  1. Revson

    Revson Member

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    I had some free time on Saturday and wanted to get to know Amplitube and Cubase 7.5 a little better. So I threw together some riffs, programmed some drums, and now here I am. I guess I would say this is in the vein of progressive rock/metal. Enjoy

     
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    I never have been an Amplitube fan myself, but I like what you did here. I don't know your personal preferences on mixing, but the guitars could come up a bit. And I think that on the section right around the 1:45 mark, you could use two more guitar tracks to really accentuate it. Other than that, I really like the song!
     
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    Laardi Hilardious metal!

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    That's a great song! Mind sharing some info about the way you used Amplitube here?

    I was never too fond of Amplitube 3, but that is probably due to the fact that I don't know how to dial in a good tone :D

    Now that I have a Kemper, I can load other people's great tones easily and try to get close with Amplitube. Here is a quick demo; the guitars are switched between the Kemper profile and Amplitube (+ a freeware impulse + brute force match eq). Full mix first 0:00-0:18 and the just the guitars (L+R) 0:18-0:37.

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/55653919/kemper-vs-sims-1.mp3

    You can hear the changes between Amplitube and Kemper of course, but it gets surprisingly close IMO.

    My faith in Amplitube is getting stronger. :)
     

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