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Old 2006-09-28, 16:08
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damn, that's some good stuff!
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Old 2006-09-28, 21:46
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amp? just a crapy Fender Rumble 15

or computer speakers laptop so they are built in



yeah i was refering to the amps speaker.. Hmm Well yeah you could mike that cab with a 57 i would guess. I definately have not spent much time miking bass cabs or speakers. But i'm sure the same ideals would apply from guitar to bass. The best thing ever to do, is get some set up where you can hear what is going in to the mike real time, so then you can move the mike around until you find the sound you want.
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Old 2006-09-28, 22:52
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Bass Line out is good too though, then you dont lose any super low frequencies.
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Old 2006-09-28, 23:41
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Bass Line out is good too though, then you dont lose any super low frequencies.


Thats the only way i record bass.
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Old 2006-09-29, 17:37
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thats how i record guitar too...
well, until my basement studio is built next year.
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Old 2006-09-29, 19:13
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Ok heres my first recording just with a console connected to my mbox, pro tools and no compression or anything i still need to mic the toms because i dont have enough mics. i recorded the guitars using a v amp an ibanez rg370 stock pick ups ummm yeah take it easy on me its my first actual drum recording with lots of mics. and yeah everything was pretty much improve might make it an actual song some day. http://rapidshare.de/files/34927595...mptres.mp3.html

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Old 2006-09-29, 23:07
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was kinda cool, but had no structure. Its was really just improv like you said. try panning your guitars more, they're sort of mono-sounding
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Old 2006-09-29, 23:20
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I agree with you. It was a cool listen though. I could definately hear the toms in the background haha. But it sounded pretty solid.
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Old 2006-09-29, 23:57
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yeah thanx i had 2rythm guitars panned one pannned 100%left & the other panned 100%right the little solo improv thing was centered ya im still trying different forms
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Old 2006-09-30, 16:19
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http://myspace.com/interzonereal - the song is named So On



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Old 2006-10-22, 19:39
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since i cant play any necrophagist upto speed i decided to play their little classical remix at the end of only ashses remain.

called romeo and juliet on my dmusic site.

http://deathgore.dmusic.com
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Old 2006-10-22, 20:08
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WOW your cover of crystal mountain was great other than a few weak parts,you definatley need to do vocals for this GOOD JOB
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Old 2006-10-25, 19:27
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W00t, try this. I'm going for Br00talz style Deth in Standard tunings.


http://download.yousendit.com/7AD5886F2B7DBC5E
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Old 2006-10-25, 19:37
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Ehh.. The guitars are waaaaay distant sounding and had way too much low low lows. The drums were about 10x as loud as the guitars too.

As far as the riff goes, it seemed pretty intresting. I wouldn't mind seeing where it goes.
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Old 2006-10-26, 23:14
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the guitar tone sounded pretty good and the drums were to loud but not 10 times....maybe 3....lol but other wise it was a cool intro,or whatever you would consider it.
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Old 2006-11-23, 08:57
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Check out the link below to listen to my 7 songs I have home recorded. All are death metal songs that I am hoping to use for a demo CD after I get 2 more songs recorded.

http://www.soundclick.com/bands/pag...m?bandID=481840

I would love to get feedback from Death Metal fans as if they like the songs or not. I also wanted to post them so people can hear what you can do with some home recording equipment.

If anyone is interested in my home recording set-up please ask and I will post it. Any questions or comments are welcome.


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Old 2006-12-10, 15:10
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dude ur stuff is awesome what is ur recording setup
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Old 2006-12-13, 23:06
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dude ur stuff is awesome what is ur recording setup



Info on the recording:

4 guitar tracks 1 80% left, 1 80% right, 1 100% left , 1 100% right
1 bass track centered
1 drum machine track centered
1 main vocal track with some 2nd track fill-ins

The guitars are all done with my V-Amp Pro. 2 tracks with the Off-Axis Cabinet and 2 tracks with the Vintage 78 Cabinet. I also used the V-Amp Pro to record the bass track as well.

Any and all comments are more than welcome good and/or bad. Any questions please ask.

Thanks in advance for taking the time to listen and comment!!!

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Old 2006-12-26, 03:42
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Hey guys, did a cover of the hunter by iced earth and a cover of a song by the grindcore band Marchetoza, have a listen if u like

http://deathgore.dmusic.com/music/
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Old 2006-12-26, 12:38
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Check out the link below to listen to my 7 songs I have home recorded. All are death metal songs that I am hoping to use for a demo CD after I get 2 more songs recorded.

http://www.soundclick.com/bands/pag...m?bandID=481840

I would love to get feedback from Death Metal fans as if they like the songs or not. I also wanted to post them so people can hear what you can do with some home recording equipment.

If anyone is interested in my home recording set-up please ask and I will post it. Any questions or comments are welcome.


Peter

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bitchen dude! good sound and mix, and its a cool song.
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