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Tracking leads/solos in the same room as the amp.

Discussion in 'F.O.H.' started by metalfanat1c, Jul 8, 2010.

  1. metalfanat1c

    metalfanat1c Member

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    I generally track guitars in a separate room from the amp. I've found though that that's not very good for leads where you want some notes to feedback in places or if you want a note to sustain for a couple of bars. So I've moved my lead tracking into the same room as the amp. Does anyone else do it this way or am I a maniac?

    I still track rhythms in the "control" room. Which would be my bedroom. :lol:
     
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    go to about 40 seconds in, they kind of talk about doing this. Not really with lead but with rhythm to get more of a live/raw feel.

     
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    I just crank the monitors and automate the click down when I need feedback or sustain
     

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