New mic placement test... feedback needed

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  1. t0neg0d

    t0neg0d Member

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    Ok... been playing around with new mic'ing techniques. This was recorded using:

    Guitars --

    Rythem - Alder strat w/ Vanzant Truebucker volume around 5.
    Solo - Koa strat w/ Fraylin singles (bridge) volume at 10.

    Amp --

    Marshall '76 JMP Mark II non-master Lead & Bass / 4x12 with vintage 30's

    Mics --

    AKG C1000-S - center of cone on grill
    NTK - 9' away, 2' to the right of cab at a 25 degree angle across sound projection path.

    Original (new mic placement test)

    Interesting use of slide as well... let me know what you think of the over all recorded guitar sound (wouldn't use it all the time, but I think it works with this song well).
     
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    Good stuff, I loved the pick attack on this when it wasn't doing the slide parts (like at 1:00 for example)...cool riff too. :D
     
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    Sounded great to me. Like the slide style. Very Zep sounding.
     
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    First the Beatles and now Zep! Too cool Chris! You rock bro... So does your bro btw.....

    Loved the tones on this one.

    Scott
     
  6. t0neg0d

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    Sorry for taking forever to reply on this... thanks for the feedback guys. I was really happy with the recorded sound on this track. And a BIG YES to the Zep thingy... I love Pages' writting style... and there is nothing new that sounds remotely close to that Dancing Days kinda vibe.
     

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