#2
Upper mids usually help. If your amp has a presence knob try turning it up a bit. Also try turning down the gain a bit. It adds some clarity in the mix. Guitar by itself sounds way different from a guitar with a band. If you listen to gnr classics slash has a much thinner tone than you would expect. It helps cutting through and the other instruments will make the guitar sound fuller and thicker than it actually is. Basically anything you can do to add definition and clarity will help you sit well in the mix.
#3
Considering your tone in this video I'd say less lower mids and more upper mids.
Hope that helps.
#4
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and i didnt like the sound


> lamb of god

> didn't like the sound

well there's your problem.
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#5
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> lamb of god

> didn't like the sound

well there's your problem.



What?
#6
I mean to be entirely honest it fits pretty nicely in the mix, I'm not sure what your issue is.
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#7
If you feel your guitar blends too much in with the backing track then either turn the backing track down, or do a full band cover instead of just playing guitar over the original.
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#8
You could also try cutting mids from the backing track.
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#10
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You could also try cutting mids from the backing track.

Agreed, it's often better to cut than to boost. Make room for the guitar instead of trying to strongarm it into the forefront.
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