What can I say? I like a lot of bass in the mix...

Discussion in 'Amps and Cabs' started by midnightlaundry, Feb 7, 2008.


  1. midnightlaundry

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    this one plunged a quick death... :Devil
     
  2. Dave

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    Are you looking for opinions? I listened to it yesterday. Sounded good to me, even though I'm not a metal guy. I didn't think the bass was overdone at all. Then again, I was listening on computer speakers.
     
  3. midnightlaundry

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    Good, because I actually took bass out of it!
     
  4. digital jams

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    What are you using these days man? Sounds good, liking the lead tone as it has that upper mid thang going that I like :BEER
     
  5. midnightlaundry

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    The same old same old Tri/2:90. Just different settings I guess.
     
  6. fuzzyguitars

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    i thought it sounded great.

    what was your signal chain?

    what did you use for drums.

    fwiw rigtalk is much more appreciative of this type of music, TGP is a little more stuffy some times!

    listen to some of my clips, they arent any where near as nice as yours though, but i keep trying!:AOK
     
  7. midnightlaundry

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    Thanks. I use an ART Digital MPA Gold preamp into an EM-U 1212m sound
    card with a single sm57 mic. I use Cubase Studio 4 recording software.

    I have the BFD Drums software which is really cool. A tweakers dream.

    I run a Lexicon MPX-1 into the TriAxis loop, and then go right into the 2:90 power amp.
     
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    how easy is the bfd drum to edit and use?

    what if you dont use cubase?

    thanks:dude
     
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    You using stereo to mono cables from the MPX-1? Love mine, great great verbs :dude

    I use BFD as well and for quick stuff I use Fruity Loops and BFD as a vst plugin
     
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    There's a lot of control with it. It's a VST plugin. So if you'r software uses anything VST, then you're good to go.
     
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    Not sure what you mean. But you can setup the MPX to have a mono input only, and then still output in stereo. So I guess no. I just have the 3 Triaxis effects loop cables: 1 mono send, then a left and right return.
     
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    Did you ever figure out your VHT power amp problem DJ?
     

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