#2
He! I remember hearing one song from you, like some months ago. This EP is awesome. I think i'll buy that, hmm time for support!
Last edited by blackone666 at Aug 4, 2014,
#4
Really great growling, mix is ****ing perfect, composition is well done, riffs are all good. I really don't think I can find anything bad to say about it besides I would have mastered it to bring out more of the harshness and distortion. Super coherent and everything, I'm downloading this!
#5
Superb production! The growls, the guitar tone, the screams and the drums all sound top notch. I'm a gear fanatic, so could you tell something about the guitar equipment used? Amazing stuff
#6
@CF_Mono: Thanks man! You are right about the mastering, something I should find someone to help me with 'cos it's darn difficult. Tend to kill it with compression and limiter, so I tried to hold back a bit. BTW your doom trio's album is an absolute killer - will definitely pick it up!

@TK Thanks a bunch! I use a Schecter JL sig seven string, in drop A tuning. I generally just plug it straight into my old Peavey 5150 (mk I) with a 4x12 Marshall MF400 cabinet. Mic is a Shure SM58 slightly off centre at one of the bottom speakers. For effects on the solo parts (chorus, delay and reverb if I remember correctly) I use a Digitech DSP1100. All guitar parts are double tracked, panned 75% left and right respectively. Volume as high as I can stand, gain set to level 3 or 4, all other controls around level 5. Not to pleasant to listen to on its own but it records well and in the mix I usually only add high pass filters around 150Hz and lift the EQ ever so slightly around 1-2kHz. I think that's it...
#7
Nothing really beats a 5150, right? Thanks for all the information on the tone and mastering, it's really helpful for someone like me who's just getting into recording The title track of the EP was ****ing killer, and the rest were great too, I want to hear a full album from you
#8
Yeah, I f*****g love my 5150! There may be better stuff out there, but I don't care. I have found this wonderful beast that works perfectly for me.

I once had a love affair with an early eighties' 50w Marshall JMP rock'n roll combo. I eventually sold it. BIG mistake. Has tormented my heart ever since. But "I was young and needed the cash"...