QUOTE (Dieterle @ May 24 2012, 04:48 AM)
Wow this little Vox is a good help !
Your recordings a great for practice too, thank you !
thanks :0) It took some MAJOR tweaking and actually reading the manual but is has a great "TUBEY" sound which works really well on rythm tracks.
QUOTE (JaxN4 @ May 24 2012, 05:49 AM)
Sounds great. What ratio are the L + R channels at?
each one is panned 45degrees from center, left and right. So about half way from center. It really adds serious depth and is a very simple thing to do
It's really worth tracking twice just to pan.
QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ May 24 2012, 05:56 AM)
I always pan the guitars
I got a friend who told me something about a 'fan technique'. I am not sure about this but somehow he creates a bit of a latency (very very small and imperceptible) between 6 or even 8 recorded hands (3 or 4 on left and 3 or 4 on the right) pans them and they sound huge!
Anybody know anything about this?
I'd be curious to share some thoughts and ideas
Actually yes! Some folks (a ton of Metal guys) use this to create a HUGE array of guitar. You get the "wall of sound" but with a stereo field. Can really sound huge. But you need to be careful on gain as that many guitar track ( 4 or 5) playing the same thing need good separation.