Fractal Axe-FX, Red Wire, and a Demo Song

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  1. Scott Peterson

    Scott Peterson Staff Member

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    I finally did a little demo song so you can hear how this all fits in the mix. This is just the first 2 minutes of it; I am writing a lot of stuff right now and this isn't done, but I thought I'd post it for fun...

    Same guitar - Melancon Custom Artist T - on everything, same preset on the two rhythm guitars AND lead; lead thing in the middle has neck single coil (WCR SR) with the rotary.

    The guitars are not EQ'd in the mix, the mix was EQ'd across the master bus and limited. All guitars (and 'bass') cut direct via digital in to DAW and straight into Reaper. I did the drums with EZDrummer Pro and the 'bass' is the same guitar with the Axe-FX on "Classic Whammy" down one octave. (Thanks for the tip on how to handle that to my fellow Fractal Forum members!)

    The preset is my JCM800 as it has morphed, using RedWirez IR's mixed with the stock British cab in the Axe-FX. I'll detail the preset and the IR's on another thread. I am VERY happy with everything right now.

    Check it out, it's just for fun. Solo thing was one pass, first take sorta thing. Loved the tone so just clicked "Record" and what you have is what you have. :D

    Crank this up: http://soundclick.com/share?songid=8486383
     
  2. Galo

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    Do I hear and organic sound coming out the axefx?

    Killer man..
    Adios
     
  3. Scott Peterson

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    Thanks. I am kind of proud how I set up the rotary using dynamics to control the rate of spin. I'm going to detail that out in a thread at some point. It's really cool.
     
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    Whooooh...That sounds great!
     

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