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Clippage: Critique my sound

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  • Clippage: Critique my sound

    Just a wee experiment before i start recording my own music. Give me some feedback please. Don't mind my sloppy playing

    http://www.netmusicians.org/index.php?section=id&value=8005

    I recorded two tracks (using the same amp settings), one panned slighty left and one right. Completely bare tracks, no effects applied. I used quite rigorous noise gating due to the nature of the music.



    Please give advice on amp settings.

    EDIT: this is not a final clip, this is just to check the amp sounds and settings in Amplitube 3.
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  • #2
    Gotta make those guitars lower in the mix. Way lower.

    Edit: Loved the beginning. I'll reserve final judgment for when the guitars are at a more proper volume.
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    • #3
      Gotta make those guitars lower in the mix. Way lower.




      It's not a mix, it's about the guitar sound. The backing track i left there just so you could hear
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      • #4
        **************** THIS FORUM
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        • #5
          Sounds good for a start man! I hate when people don't comment on clips.
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          • #6
            Sounds good for a start man! I hate when people don't comment on clips.


            any tips to improve my guitar sound?
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            • #7
              second day...second try

              how would you improve sound?

              Less/more mids?
              Less/more bass?
              Less/more gain? etc.
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              • #8
                More backing track:

                http://www.netmusicians.org/index.php?section=id&value=8026
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                • #9
                  Its a fine raw sound to start with, but once you start recording you're going to be adding post EQ and possibly compression anyway so its not going to sound a whole lot like that anyway.

                  Its very difficult to say "oh yeah, needs more mids" becasue whether thats true or not will depend entirely on the rest of the track.
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                  • #10
                    Something isn't quite right though... Either the guitars are out of tune or some kind of comb-filtering occurs that turns the lowest chords into a bit of a mess. With some chords the strings kind of collide in terms of definition as well.
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                    • #11
                      couldnt get an sound........................

                      cant comment if i cant hear the clip man sorry.

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