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Discussion in 'Recordings [BG]' started by Papersen, Mar 5, 2013.
Still in the mixing process.
Wanted to achieve an aggressive tone without a pick.
Sounds good to me.
Damn. That sounds pretty damn nasty. In a good way.
I'm sorry, but I don't do impressions.
Sounding great! I don't understand a word of it, but it certainly sounds like there's lots of emotion. Maybe put a little more of an EQ notch in the guitars to let some more of the bass attack to come through? Or pull down the mid/center of the chugging guitar a bit and bump up the sides. Towards the last chorus the bass is really disappearing.
Sounds amazing. I do actually understand the song (not Hispanic/Spanish, but I live in NYC so I'm different =) This is a GREAT track! I love the fills that you throw in, they fit the song perfectly!
Thanks for your kind replies.
As said before, we`re still working on the final mix.
I wanted to achieve exactly that tone and the W al MKI fits perfectly. It`s recorded straight to the board with just a bit of Overdrive.
Heck yeah! I really like the tone! very nice work.
sounds bad a$$!! would've of liked to hear the bass isolated track too
I'll try to obtain the bass (and bass and drum) tracks from the studio.
Thanks for the compliment.
Aggresive bass tone without a pick is very possible. Many pro players do it routinely.
And you seem to have it going on. Well done.
Please share with us your bass/string/signal chain for those who might want to get this tone.
Yeah, you kid of get buried in the mix. Try cutting the lows/lowmids of the guitars and boosting yours a little bit. But the tone itself is pretty nailing it! Good job!
Wal MK I
Pickups @full (both pulled)
R.Cocco nickel 045-1.05
Neck pickup position.
Mid freq @1
Mid level @1
Engage switch ON
AGS switch OFF
Direct to the console.
Your opening lick, including the tone, reminded me of this:
Sounds great, bro!
Está brutal el tono y la ejecución, sigue compadre!
so, you've done it! Nice metallic tone...