#1
Earlier was just a big fail on my part I didn't have it set up right for recording and the guitars only played out of the left speaker. This time I recorded all the guitar in stereo, like I said before I just wanted to give you guys a taste of what the Axe can do. I set-up this patch in about 30 minutes and its the best Punk tone I've ever gotten. I used the Dual Rectifier sim and I think you'd be hard pressed to find someone who can tell the difference between this and the real thing. Sorry for the crappy drums I just used a basic loop from GarageBand.

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#3
Quote by AxSilentxLine
Sounds good dude very Rise Against or No Use For A Name

Thanks man two of my favorite bands thats exactly what I was going for.
#4
Hmm I would have thought there would have been more replies, not impressed? I'm interested to hear what you guys think either way.
#6
Sounds much too 011101010101000011 to me.


Sounds good, great job, nice tone!
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#7
I like it, but what is the point of buying one?
Aren't they like $1500? I might be thinking of something else, but why don't you buy a amp to mic up? Sounds good, but just wondering.
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#8
Quote by tr3nt
I like it, but what is the point of buying one?
Aren't they like $1500? I might be thinking of something else, but why don't you buy a amp to mic up? Sounds good, but just wondering.

Yeah the Standard is $1,500, basically for that price you get every studio quality effect you could ever want 60 plus top of the line amp sims 40 plus cab sims, mic sims. On top of that its an awesome direct recording solution. weighs just under 20lbs, can be run direct to a PA and is constantly being updated with improvements, new amps, cabs, and effects all for free. If I where to go out and buy just one good tube amp head, a 4x12 cab and a pedal board it would easily cost me over $2,000 and be a lot more to lug around and setup.
#9
hey bra, you should do me a huge favor, and record a typical death metal tone with the Axe FX, since i'm considering buying one in a month or so.
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#10
Quote by natehimself
hey bra, you should do me a huge favor, and record a typical death metal tone with the Axe FX, since i'm considering buying one in a month or so.

All you need for a typical deathmetal tone is a SS amp and a distortion pedal.
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#11
Quote by JesusCrisp
All you need for a typical deathmetal tone is a SS amp and a distortion pedal.



not good death metal tone -.-
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#12
Quote by JesusCrisp
All you need for a typical deathmetal tone is a SS amp and a distortion pedal.

That's the (IMO horrible) "Swedish DM toanz". It really depends, but most modern death metal has some seriously sweet tone.
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#13
Quote by natehimself
hey bra, you should do me a huge favor, and record a typical death metal tone with the Axe FX, since i'm considering buying one in a month or so.


Hows this...
http://www.soundclick.com/bands/page_songInfo.cfm?bandID=147856&songID=9194072

Not my clip, but its much better than I could do...I really don't know the first thing about Death Metal tone or playing. If thats not what your looking for post a link to some stuff you like and I'll attempt to get a similar tone.
#14
Quote by Osiris77
Hows this...
http://www.soundclick.com/bands/page_songInfo.cfm?bandID=147856&songID=9194072

Not my clip, but its much better than I could do...I really don't know the first thing about Death Metal tone or playing. If thats not what your looking for post a link to some stuff you like and I'll attempt to get a similar tone.

Oh God, stop it! The GAS is killing me..
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#15
Quote by Osiris77
Hows this...
http://www.soundclick.com/bands/page_songInfo.cfm?bandID=147856&songID=9194072

Not my clip, but its much better than I could do...I really don't know the first thing about Death Metal tone or playing. If thats not what your looking for post a link to some stuff you like and I'll attempt to get a similar tone.

That guys got some good clips up, this one is wicked

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#16
Quote by Matt15f
That guys got some good clips up, this one is wicked

http://www.soundclick.com/bands/page_songInfo.cfm?bandID=147856&songID=6248092

I like that one even better.


wait....that is a Splawn


I do have Snax GAS Osiris77. Nice clip.
#17
Quote by JesusCrisp
All you need for a typical deathmetal tone is a SS amp and a distortion pedal.


Quote by natehimself
not good death metal tone -.-


Right, for good death metal tone you just need a solid state amp, no pedals at all.

Quote by Kanthras
That's the (IMO horrible) "Swedish DM toanz". It really depends, but most modern death metal has some seriously sweet tone.


Most modern death metal sounds like overproduced shit.
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#18
Quote by STABxYOU
Right, for good death metal tone you just need a solid state amp, no pedals at all.


Most modern death metal sounds like overproduced shit.

Either we're not listening to the same death metal, or we're witnessing first-hand the effects of subjectivity.
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#19
Quote by Kanthras
Either we're not listening to the same death metal, or we're witnessing first-hand the effects of subjectivity.


Mostly #2 I'd imagine. Whenever I hear death metal with pop metal (nu metal or numetalcore style) guitar tones I die inside a little and then go put on Pierced From Within or None So Vile again.
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#20
Quote by STABxYOU
Mostly #2 I'd imagine. Whenever I hear death metal with pop metal (nu metal or numetalcore style) guitar tones I die inside a little and then go put on Pierced From Within or None So Vile again.

Yup, definitely #2. Don't like the typical Suffo tone. A shame, because I do like the music behind that wall of harsh clipping.

Example of death metal tone I like would be Hour of Penance: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V5RYfOVHUcM. On the more tech side of things, Spawn of Posession's Cabinet is great. Very clear and punchy: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=20cTSHPnENk.
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#21
Quote by AxSilentxLine
Don't worry man people here seem to have an ingrained dislike for modern punk


Yeah, to me Punk works better with British voiced amps, though the fizziness of the Dual Recs actually comes in handy here.

Steve Jones did have great tone with a Fender though. But it wasn't a typical "Punk" tone even if they were debatedly the first proper "Punk" band(I never found the Ramones all that Punk).
#22
Quote by Kanthras
That's the (IMO horrible) "Swedish DM toanz". It really depends, but most modern death metal has some seriously sweet tone.


Actually a lot of that was down to production, how the amps were miced and set up etc. a lot of the Swedish stuff does sound a bit more like modern death metal, only a bit spicier.

For example Opeth's Orchids was based around a Boss HM-2 into a JCM-800.
#23
Quote by Kanthras
Yup, definitely #2. Don't like the typical Suffo tone. A shame, because I do like the music behind that wall of harsh clipping.

Example of death metal tone I like would be Hour of Penance: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V5RYfOVHUcM. On the more tech side of things, Spawn of Posession's Cabinet is great. Very clear and punchy: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=20cTSHPnENk.


I dunno if it's because of clip used or what but that sounds pretty awful, sounds like there's clipping of the overall track and way too much high end. The Swedish stuff was harsh and fuzzy but never quite that bad.