Don’t throw out your old modelers just yet...

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  1. Cool Hand Luke

    Cool Hand Luke Member

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    I thought the Millennium was based on the same engine as in the J-Station?
     
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    Pod 2.0 still a good device,listen to this song was recorded( just a few years ago)with a Pod 2.0 and a tubescreamer pedal.


     
  3. DigiPOV

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    Tyrion Lannister is a jazz man. Who knew. j/k
     
  4. mattball826

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    Other way around, but the JSta had a limited DSP for fx types. Millennium used SdiscII and JSta was using more the next generation of DSP which later became Genetix, and then ADNA (audio DNA).. two earlier renditions of amp and cabinet modeling.
     
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    A lot of people would be amazed if they knew just how many great albums featured the POD bean.
     
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    Amazingly enough the old modelers laying around the studio here sound just the same as they did when they were more realer than real, i.e. modelers from Fractal, Digidesign, Peavey, ZOOM, Korg, Roland, Line 6, and Two Notes!

    The Axe FX Ultra and Two Notes CAB still get a lot of use too, sound great for "old" tech LOL!
     
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  7. orogeny

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    Have grown to really dig the tones in a micro cube. Really like what you did here
     
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  8. Metal Tiger

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    Thank you very much!
    Here is another short clip from the same session.
     
  9. orogeny

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    now dial back the delay
    or the delay time
    and play impressions (coltrane)
    i can see you have the chops
    i think i'd also really enjoy it !!!!!!!!!!!!1
    well, especially b/c i'm always the rhythm player on it
    but
    you seem like you can do both
    but also!111
    you don't need so much? delay in the mix for THAT
    MY preference

    nonetheless
    40 bucks goes a very long way these days

    and you've done a great job proving that
     
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  10. Stinky Kitty

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    Logic previously employed.
     
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  11. LaceSensor1

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    The early 2000s processor were designed with low processing headroom and really help to preserve those fragile harmonics.
     
  12. Metal Tiger

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    Thank you for the nice words! Appreciated! You chose a great piece for sure, when I play Bebop/Jazz I dont use any effects at all, staight to the amp/modeler... I m gonna be uploading alot more comparisons/demos and tunes very soon. Impressions will be covered
     
  13. Doode

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    In more than 93.7% of the cases where people state percent values on TGP, they pull those values out of where the sun never shines.

    If someone wants to rewrite that sentence with proper grammar, it'd be appreciated. So I finally could say I've learnt something on TGP. :D
     
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    The tone isn’t bad, it’s the latency that drives me crazy
     
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    It was a joke!, proving 93.7 % of jokes go over someones head.:bkw But only 0.1% are condescending enough to complain about it.
     
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  16. Doode

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    Even then.

    Fo' real??
     
  17. madmarcus1960

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    Well, this adult knows when to drop a pointless conversation, enjoy your own company and have a good day, Richard.
     
  18. Doode

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    Thanks for specifically telling me you're an adult - I wouldn't have guessed. And my name's not Richard.
     
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    Shhhhhhhhh!
     
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  20. Cool Hand Luke

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    Does that mean that the amp tone modelling is... analog in the J-Station? I always thought it was DSP all the way.
     

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