#1
So I was recording some stuff today from my 6505. Rhythm stuff sounded pretty darn good (go listen in my profile to the top song) but when it came time for recording some solo stuff or more intricate rhythm work the volume would roll off. Like simple chugging and stuff sounded pretty good but higher stuff just didn't come through.

I'm wondering if a compressor would help this or what I should do.

[Edit] Also what is a good distance to have the mic away from the cone? I'm using a shure SM58 if that makes any difference.
Rig:
Schecter Hellraiser FR
Peavey 6505 Head
Vader 4x12
BBE 482

DOD EQ
Boss NS-2
Last edited by UrzasJ00rMom at Dec 17, 2008,
#2
a sm57 would be better.
try experimenting with micplacement, alot goes into it, so just try some things.
i would think, if your highs are as loud as the rest of your notes, then maybe a compressor would help.
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