Yeah, they sound ok. What scares me is that it sounds like the POD demos which I was extremely disappointed in when I actually got one. I'd like to hear it with some real playing.
That'd be great! My latest idea is to try to dual track my guitar, one track coming from the boogie studio pre and wet and the other dry going into a red box. Then the latency won't be an issue cuz I could just run the guitar rig after the fact.Originally posted by Unburst
It sounds way better than a Pod, in fact it's probably the best sounding digital system I've heard.
It will do all those sounds and more, it's *very* tweakable, the problem for you will be the latency.
Depends on your hardware but there is no good way around it, for basic stuff I wouldn't even mention it but for what you want to do it may be a problem.
I'll see if I can record some clips today and either post them or email you a couple.
Jack this is similar to how I use GR.Originally posted by jzucker
That'd be great! My latest idea is to try to dual track my guitar, one track coming from the boogie studio pre and wet and the other dry going into a red box. Then the latency won't be an issue cuz I could just run the guitar rig after the fact.
However, i'm extremely pleased with the boogie's direct sound with my hollowbody. Not sure I'd want to mess with guitar rig for that. I downloaded the demo but haven't had time to play around with it. I'm also trying to learn adobe premiere and encore....
Nice try... I use the Palmer in my studio rig when I come across less than competent engineers. So, it won't go anywhere.Originally posted by jzucker
Well if you want a 2nd opin on the Palmer, I'll be happy to lend one! I'll go check out your latest clip.
I do actually use it quite a bit for mixing. Especially for guitar parts. If I have normal mic'd guitar tracks, I'll usually grab the delays and reverbs from GR first before using any of the other plugins from my DAW.I see, what I really care about is how is the tape delay?
taez, do you use it much for mixing?