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Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by tedm, Nov 10, 2005.


  1. tedm

    tedm Gold Supporting Member

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    I do not understand why I have to listen to everything tedm creates, but I just have to... never disappointed
     
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    I like the guitar tone!
     
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    I've never heard the meter of 17.253/4 played over 4/4 till today.
     
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    tedm Gold Supporting Member

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    Michael,

    Try separating your speakers farther away from each other. If you have subs, put them way away from the main speakers. Put yourself about 2x the distance of the L/R speakers. Sit back. Relax!

     
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    I agree with Deaj... It is one of the nicer amp modelers I have heard... and I am not a fan of modelers. The lower registers are very convincing.

    Ted what are you recording with? (not amp/guitar - but software? harddisk recorder? etc)

    Cristof
     
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    tedm Gold Supporting Member

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    yes, to my ears, the gp-100 sounds great, which is weird, because I like to think I like and can hear all the tube nuances as well...

    anyways, for the stuff posted here lately, gtr mainly goes direct to the Roland GP-100 to an 6/8 channel analog mixing board (behringer mx602a), with mains out direct to an iriver mp3 895 encoder's line-in. I monitor with some close field Yamaha NS's for the mix, and have an RNC in the sidechain, but rarely use unless vocals.

    If I'm recording for a CD project or something that I'm planning to go on a CD or DVD later, I replace the Iriver with a PC DAW running wavelab, and convert in and save as 24-bit/192 files via an emu 1212m sound card.

    When using real amps, usually some combo of sm57 or DI with a cab sim to mixer.

     

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