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Jollygreengiant1
Hi there! just finished my bands first recording of our song 'Deception' thought i could start sharing it through here smile.gif Were a posthardcore/metalcore band from Liverpool UK!

dark dude
Cool stuff, man! How did you record the guitars? All the details you can muster, please wink.gif
Gabriel Leopardi
Congrats man! This is a very good first step!! I like the style. Cool combination of screaming and clean vocals! Keep on working! wink.gif
Sinisa Cekic
Great powerful song,like it ! But singing in such a way is an art, really! Can he speak at all, after a rehearsals ??!
Jollygreengiant1
QUOTE (dark dude @ Dec 20 2011, 10:35 PM) *
Cool stuff, man! How did you record the guitars? All the details you can muster, please wink.gif

we used a line 6 pod with spinal puppet, turned the mids and trebs at about 2 oclock, bass at about 9, put a ton of compression before the amp, then a second set of compression and a noise gate afterwards, cant remember the other settings exact cause we are changing them all the time, but i think the set the presence quite low to reduce that digital sound you get with the line 6 stuff. we then put a filter on and blocked the frequencies below about 70 Hz

QUOTE (Sinisa Cekic @ Dec 21 2011, 12:51 AM) *
Great powerful song,like it ! But singing in such a way is an art, really! Can he speak at all, after a rehearsals ??!

surprisingly yes! we usually rehearse for 6 hours at a time and afterwards his voice is no different from when when we started! we asked him about this and apparently it feels as if he's using a different part of his voice so afterwards it doesn't feel any different to if he was singing typically.
dark dude
QUOTE (Jollygreengiant1 @ Dec 21 2011, 03:11 AM) *
we used a line 6 pod with spinal puppet, turned the mids and trebs at about 2 oclock, bass at about 9, put a ton of compression before the amp, then a second set of compression and a noise gate afterwards, cant remember the other settings exact cause we are changing them all the time, but i think the set the presence quite low to reduce that digital sound you get with the line 6 stuff. we then put a filter on and blocked the frequencies below about 70 Hz

Cheers, man! smile.gif
PosterBoy
I was hoping to hear some screaming with a scouse accent sad.gif

Good stuff. Id love to learn to scream without wrecking my voice.
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