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I wish a Multiband splitter block that split each band into a row.
I wish 6 band (same as row in the grid), but 4 could be wiser for FM3 portability.
It should be trasparent and simple: the only parameters are crossover frequencies for each band. No need for level(s) or block bypass. It could...
Here you have the latest cover I´ve made with Siegfried Song, Judas Priest´s Firepower, featuring Wee on lead guitar.
All guitar and bass sounds are through my Axe FX II, and I edited, mixed and mastered everything, besides playing rhythm guitar, bass and programming drums.
Yea, it's metal again :)
Recently I finished mixing this track.
For re-amp I used Angle Severe 1 model + Ownhammer HHC II 412 EDVH with V30 cab which is EVH 5150 III 4x12 cabinet
DI files were good but had some low-end mud issue so I used two filters at the beginning of the chain:
I have checked some of the other posts, but they are pretty outdated now.So had to create a new one.
I live in an apartment and can't get too loud. My budget is around $200. I was planning to go for athm50x headphones and it is going to be mainly used for recording and...
usually for this kind of stuff I use standards like 6160 or DasMetal, but for these guys I went for Friedman HBE v1, and oh boy how cool it turned out to be!
It gave that required tight sharpness and djenty feel. very cool
Hi, folks, I just want to share a trailer of the work I made recording, mixing and mastering Vikingore´s Enraged, a Viking Metal band from Spain.
All guitars and bass were recorded using Axe FX II.
I hope you like it!
Okay, not new to recording, but coming back after a 10 year hiatus....
I used a Korg D1600 for many years (yup, old school, and somewhat lo-tech). With that, I knew that when I mixed down, everything was there. No more effects needed to be applied, because I mastered in Samplitude.