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Old 06-25-2015, 10:02 AM   #1121
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It's nice considering that it's your first recording! Next time, double track your guitars and pan them hard left and right. If you have some extra money, get better guitar amp sim. Guitar Rig is more like beginner's stuff; I suggest TSE x50, Pod Farm Platinum or BIAS by Positive Grid. You can have great tones with these amp sims!

Vocal are completely drowned by other instruments in the loud part! It's a rock song, so make sure the vocal is a bit over everything!

Good choice on using REAPER.

Thanks for the feedback! Is there a point to double track the riff, or just the chords?
I'll check out these amp sims.

BTW, your cover sounds amazing!
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Old 06-25-2015, 01:24 PM   #1122
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Thanks for the feedback! Is there a point to double track the riff, or just the chords?
I'll check out these amp sims.

BTW, your cover sounds amazing!


You need to double track your rhythm guitars (not the solos) for the whole song so that your guitars can kind of make your song stereo. Think about it, if you only single everything, your song is gonna be in mono - well, except the drums. So try double tracking the rhythm guitars and pan them hard left and right, you will see the big difference!

Thanks for the compliment =)
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