Building an isolation box for a guitar cabinet - my adventures recorded

Discussion in 'Recording/Live Sound' started by Walsh Guitars, Nov 15, 2010.


  1. Walsh Guitars

    Walsh Guitars Member

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    By the way, if you'd like to hear more clips of this isolation cabinet being used feel free to check out my website and go to the MEDIA section. All the clips recorded are using the iso box. A SM57 and a Cascade Fat Head ribbon mic are also being employed. Fun stuff! Thanks for all the kinds words so far. I really appreciate it!
     
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    There are even more sound clips which employed the iso cab on my website. A session guitarist named Mason Stoops came in to get a guitar and demo some stuff. I think you will like the sound!
     
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    boy, that stuff starting at about 1:12 is just hauntingly beautiful -- really nice job!
     
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    Thanks for the kind words! There's nothing quite like a boatload of delay and modulation...I always love it...plus it covers over a multitude of guitar playing sins :rotflmao
     

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