can anyone tell me please what the video is Cliff postet? its blocked in Germany
In records from 50s to 70s you'll find a lot of examples, going to 80s and forward not so much probably..I started reading this thread elsewhere and when I got home and listened to the actual sound-clips, I thought 'Aha!'
Regardless of whether or not I would use this feature, it sounds impressive.
You guys who've done lots of recording with real mics and so forth....
Is this sound always something that's been present on our favourite records to a greater or lesser degree or is it something that's deliberately added in by the producer?
Are there any famous albums you can name where you consider the 'amp in the room' sound very important to he overall mix/feel and/or where you consider it to be quite prominent? [So I can find them and listen carefully].
Just trying to get an understanding of this.
Is this sound always something that's been present on our favourite records
Is it meant for recording though?
The problem here is that if you want to use a reverb to glue instruments together, it's better to use the same reverb for all of them, IMO - that will kind of create an impression that they are in the same space.
With this reverb hardcoded into an IR, how do you achieve that? It'll be from some room where you can't do anything else, you don't even know where it is. And you can't add reverb to signal already containing reverb, I'm afraid. Neither can you adjust the mix to lower reverb level. Or length. Or anything.
Guess that's the whole point of close micing - to get rid of room influence and add it during mixing.
I think of:
- IRs for capturing the tone and feel of the cab, and
- Verbs for capturing the ambience of a space
Awesome. Looking forward to it.Yes. The two IR Player blocks have been combined into a single, stereo IR Player block with individual level and pan and a mix control.
Thanks Cliff, I can totally hear it from the beginning.
Something's Always Wrong? I haven't listened to TTWS in...a long time. I'll have to rectify that.
Ok, hoooly shit that sound Really wanna get an Axe 3 now.