#2
Didn't sound half bad to my ears. Down tuned to A sometimes can sound muddy also.
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#5
Yeah I've EQ'd it a bit to make it sound a bit better - I haven't completely scooped the mids out

- are there generally a certain string gauge recommended for down tuned guitars.

By the way cheers for the positive comments Maximuse + Joeperry!
Last edited by Chargrill3d at Sep 13, 2009,
#6
Yeah, thicker strings tend to hold more tension, making them better for down tuning. They sound pretty awesome in standard also .
Awesome distortion, much clearer than some others I've heard.
#8
The clean guitars at the start are part of the heavy sound and you can just make them out when the distorted tracks come in - in total there are four guitar tracks going, two distorted, two clean - I think that's what makes it a bit clearer. I've put chorus on one distortion track as well and that's a lightish one.

Thanks for the comment FrustratedRocka - I think amp sims are about layering sounds together otherwise they sound a bit weak. I was going to change pickups for a heavier sound but on another thread people said it's more important what you're going into (amps/ FX) as opposed to the pick ups (the ones I use are PAF-7s that Korn use after all so I guess this makes sense)
Last edited by Chargrill3d at Sep 13, 2009,
#9
I thought it sounded pretty cool.
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