#1
http://soundcloud.com/galactic-pegasus/jetpacks-was-yes-redo-ibanez

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hj6iAbIYKec&feature=channel_video_title

I just got a beautiful ibanez SR505 today, and to test it out I jammed to Jetpacks was Yes!

Please tell me what you think!

I have the bass guitar running thru POD Farm + Bulb's bass tone, and a little Eq and comp. And I also have the Clean Fender Full Range model running on a midi track for a fat bass sound.

I think it turned out good!

btw, guitar tone and SD2.0 patches made by https://www.facebook.com/Depthsmusic
#2
Sound cool, I like the tone - But something sounds weird about it. It almost sounds like you tracked it live and something was rattling from the bass and came through the mic... maybe a bit too much distortion?
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#3
It was meh, it lacked alot of low end, and was a bit too gritty, not smooth enough in my opinion.

What you should try doing, is tracking it clean, then duplicating the track and adding a VST amp to one to get the distortion, and then blend them. Usually by cutting the highs on the clean track, and then cutting the lows on the distorted track, and run them both up center.
#4
Quote by MatrixClaw
Sound cool, I like the tone - But something sounds weird about it. It almost sounds like you tracked it live and something was rattling from the bass and came through the mic... maybe a bit too much distortion?


Hmm, it could be either too much distortion or very possible that there was a little rattling, as the bass is factory set up to be played in standard, not drop C. Thanks though!

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It was meh, it lacked alot of low end, and was a bit too gritty, not smooth enough in my opinion.

What you should try doing, is tracking it clean, then duplicating the track and adding a VST amp to one to get the distortion, and then blend them. Usually by cutting the highs on the clean track, and then cutting the lows on the distorted track, and run them both up center.


You pretty much described exactly what I did.
#5
I liked it alot, it's maybe a tad too digital and I could go for a few bit more high's in the verse but it sounded great anyway. Kit sounds nice too!
#7
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Thanks man, glad you liked it. I know what you mean about adding a little more high end, it gets kind of drowned out during the chorus by the guitars

Yeah, sounded good until the chorus where it sort of disappeared.
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