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post Mar 19 2013, 05:42 AM
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been experimenting first clip is cab on the floor mic staight on
https://soundcloud.com/zygas702-1/skatepunk-no-vid-2
this is with the cab raised 3 inches mic angled and to the right, much better i think
https://soundcloud.com/zygas702-1/skatpunk-off-the-floor-1
both takes are gabes skate punk lesson

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post Mar 19 2013, 06:46 AM
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That's a nice rig there! Getting some good tones too smile.gif Experiment with moving the mic around a bit, and layer guitar tracks using different mic placements. Also, having a buddy to move the mic while you listen for right tone is handy if possible. Getting the tone from the room in to your recording gear is it's own art.

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been experimenting first clip is cab on the floor mic staight on
https://soundcloud.com/zygas702-1/skatepunk-no-vid-2
this is with the cab raised 3 inches mic angled and to the right, much better i think
https://soundcloud.com/zygas702-1/skatpunk-off-the-floor-1
both takes are gabes skate punk lesson



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post Mar 19 2013, 06:56 AM
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QUOTE (Todd Simpson @ Mar 19 2013, 05:46 AM) *
That's a nice rig there! Getting some good tones too smile.gif Experiment with moving the mic around a bit, and layer guitar tracks using different mic placements. Also, having a buddy to move the mic while you listen for right tone is handy if possible. Getting the tone from the room in to your recording gear is it's own art.

Todd

thanks todd, what do you mean by "layer guitar tracks"? im new to all this.
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post Mar 19 2013, 08:34 AM
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Hey man - I am sure that Todd was referring to recording 2 guitar tracks and panning them left and right on two different channels in your Digital Audio Workstation - the software in which you record.

I have to say, nice rig biggrin.gif I dream of the day when I will have my own Mesa!


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post Mar 19 2013, 08:59 AM
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QUOTE (Cosmin Lupu @ Mar 19 2013, 07:34 AM) *
Hey man - I am sure that Todd was referring to recording 2 guitar tracks and panning them left and right on two different channels in your Digital Audio Workstation - the software in which you record.

I have to say, nice rig biggrin.gif I dream of the day when I will have my own Mesa!

oh i see yea that would be cool biggrin.gif ill try that out
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post Mar 19 2013, 10:42 AM
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QUOTE (dcz702 @ Mar 19 2013, 07:59 AM) *
oh i see yea that would be cool biggrin.gif ill try that out


Oh, oh - not too much gain, ok? The greatness and spaciness of the tone will occur from the layering smile.gif


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