#1
what some gear that would 4 industrial metal, and how do they get those cool backgrounds sounds?
#2
Something to create beats/sound effects, looper/trigger/sampler, and for amps I would say Engl, Peavey, Diezel, Bogner (or anything modern high gain and very tight and defined). Guitars don't matter as much, just as long as it feels good to you.
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#3
You would need a program like FL Studio or Beatcraft to make beats that you could program to a looper or trigger on a laptop via a midi controller.


As far as amps, go with a Marshall MG (hey, it works for Wayne Static )
#4
Guys in industrial use a wide variety of amps (Rammstein use Mesas/ENGLs, whereas Orgy used Marshall JCM 900 SL-Xes) the tone has more to do with the way your amp is mic'd.

As for background sounds: get a keyboard player or get samples.
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#6
Pretty much any amp with heavy distortion will sound good for industrial stuff. Industrial music isn't supposed to sound good by conventional standards.

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Pretty much any amp with heavy distortion will sound good for industrial stuff. Industrial music isn't supposed to sound good by conventional standards.




I think Rammstein, Orgy, OOMPH!, KFMDM, etc all sound pretty good tonewise.
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That's because the likes of Rammstein are basically pop-industrial. Ya know?

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That's because the likes of Rammstein are basically pop-industrial. Ya know?


I do know. But regardless, its amazing. And TS, if you're going cheap on amps, try an old Marshall Valvestate. Worked for Prong, early Static X and White Zombie (not really industrial, but similar). However you'll want a little bit of a gain boost because mine doesn't have quite enough for me.
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Marshall 1960b Cab
Line 6 POD X3 Live
#11
to me the background stuff rarely seems like guitar. or if it is, it is heavy effects doing minimal playing. i would use a keyboard more for that, or get yourself one heck of a pedal board. think reverbs, delays, modulation effects and fuzzes. sounds a lot like what you would need for post rock actually, just with a different level of distortion. but most of it is probably keyboards or some sort of programming via computer program like fruitly loops.

amp wise, i would say anything with lots of gain and a modern tone.