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Metal recording with FNA Jazzman

Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by Emil Bringsli, Feb 28, 2014.


  1. Emil Bringsli

    Emil Bringsli

    Feb 28, 2014
    Hey guys!
    I tried googling whether or not the FNA Jazzman would be fitting in a metal setting, and couldn't find too many clips (besides TesseracTs first album, of course).
    Then I realized I had a friend who had one, I borrowed his, and ended up using it in my latest release.
    Anyway, just thought I'd share this with you guys, I believe the bass comes through the mix fairly well here!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rssIM0QyuDU&feature=c4-overview&list=UUbyO-zjYnIjvd8i_a2wyWbg

    Constructive feedback is always appreciated!
     
  2. *ToNeS*

    *ToNeS*

    Jan 12, 2001
    Sydney AU
    Your FNA sounds cool. Bit honky on the upper-mid (for my liking, but that's just personal pref). Digging the roomy snare too. Roomy drums need more love in heavier music.

    One thing I think is objectively not that great is the guitar tone. What are you using for him?
     
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  4. Wow! That sounds toight! :) I hoped you stretched before and after that. Holy tendonitis!
    Great work man.
    Take Care,
    Brent
     
  5. Emil Bringsli

    Emil Bringsli

    Feb 28, 2014
    Sorry for the late reply!
    I used the POD HD300 with an Overdrive pedal in front for guitar tone on that one. I think I used way too much compression on this recording... :(
     
  6. Emil Bringsli

    Emil Bringsli

    Feb 28, 2014
    Thanks for the positive feedback! It's not really that hard when you use a pick (I'm actually a guitarist)
     



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