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Posted on May 23, 2017
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Dime CFH wah.
Posted on May 2, 2017
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Posted on Sep 11, 2013
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Posted on Aug 31, 2012
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This clip best captures what I think my drums sound like in the room. I try for the most natural sounding recording. I achieved it on this one.
All the drums are closed miced just to reinforce the ambient and overhead mics.
Guitar is a Fender Strat w/ SD 59 PAF pup into Marshall dsl50 green crunch channel gain and vol on 10. Bass guitar is direct into audio interface.
Recorded in GarageBand using a couple of badass plug-ins for compression and mild eq-ing. Awesome drumming and super shitty guitar playing coutesy of me. :D
Avg Rating: 8
Posted on Oct 7, 2011
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the "Bass" is exactly the same as my rig for the rhythm guitars. Only difference is I used zero mids and treble on my amp, no treble from the GE-7, pitch shifted the signal down an octave in Reaper, added some compression and EQing to make it sound more like a bass guitar, and then used Fender Bassman impulses.

Drums are from Addictive Drums.

This is an incomplete song. I have yet to add keyboards, leads and vocals. It is part of a blues/rock project I am working on.
 
by: john
Posted on Aug 1, 2011
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Slightly longer clip using 2 SM 57 mics inside the Silent Sister.
Avg Rating: 7.5
by: john
Posted on Jun 9, 2011
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Trying to replicate the sound on my last post except with the Roadster. I needed to boost and shape a little with an EQ, this one sounds a little better to my ears. This is a butchered version of a song from one of my older LPs.

Master: 9:00, P:off, Bass:9:30, Mid:7:00, T:off, Gain: noon
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