#1
Probably one of the hardest tracks ive ever recorded, all accurate besides changing the intro to piano and lacking the ambient part before the actual breakdown


http://profile.ultimate-guitar.com/mikevmpr3/music/all/play1219187

c4c!
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--The Rig--
Peavey 5150 Head
BBE 362 SONIC MAXIMIZER
dbx 266xl COMPRESSOR GATE
Q215 PEAVEY EQ
Mesa 4x12 Standard Rectifier cab
ESP,LTD Viper 400 baritone (fitted with EMG81,85 actives)
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#2
No you didn't. Seriously?

Holy shit, you did. Now, for beast mode: do it on drums.

Your guitar tone is on the wonky side, which is pretty jarring after the sterile synthesized intro. Since you have the tab already, put in some midi bass and get the guitar EQ right; it's begging for a scoop around 1-2k, and give it some high and low cuts to tighten up the fizz and mud (especially after adding bass).
#3
Quote by Cavalcade
No you didn't. Seriously?

Holy shit, you did. Now, for beast mode: do it on drums.

Your guitar tone is on the wonky side, which is pretty jarring after the sterile synthesized intro. Since you have the tab already, put in some midi bass and get the guitar EQ right; it's begging for a scoop around 1-2k, and give it some high and low cuts to tighten up the fizz and mud (especially after adding bass).


once i get bass its gonna be tight as prom night, man thing is i dont have bass strings heavy enough to handle the tuning

ps. The guitar tone is sorta meant this to be this way, so once the bass guitar does get recorded in, it will be be able to cut through
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--The Rig--
Peavey 5150 Head
BBE 362 SONIC MAXIMIZER
dbx 266xl COMPRESSOR GATE
Q215 PEAVEY EQ
Mesa 4x12 Standard Rectifier cab
ESP,LTD Viper 400 baritone (fitted with EMG81,85 actives)
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Last edited by mikevmpr3 at Sep 17, 2013,