#2
you might like these guys. You remind me of them. They are on our scene.

http://www.myspace.com/thegreatcalamity


Great sound by the way. Rhythm player might want to throw a compressor on the guitar there and tighten up the distortion a little. Other than that it sounds great. ALso. Work on super tightness.

Keep up the hard work.
#3
Thanks, Yeah the recording was pretty rough, We were running out of time.

We are going to record a new track this weekend, It'll sound better - Im still getting familiar with the recording gear.
#4
You know that is often the way it goes.

If you are using a portable studio with some amp models on it, and you aren't quite happy with them, just run a guitar cable from the headphone outpout of your amp into your mixer and use your own amp. NEver use the speaker outputs though, as you will damage your eq.
#5
We use a Zoom Mrs-4b Multitrack Recorder, and then we mic up everything (Say do a drum take, then guitar and so on..) Run those mics through a mixer and then to the recorder. I just need to get some studio Quality headphones, I was using some cheesy ones I found laying around.
#6
Im Bumping my own thread because we posted a new song online last night, check it out!