#1
Alright, this is a test of mixing the MIDI tracks from GP5 with Cubase SX.

The bass is pretty insane for some reason, I have no idea why.

questions...

How does it sound (other than the bass)?
Is the MIDI from GP5 really that dull?
Does the guitar part sound better than that of my Fade to Black cover?

This is just a quick check on what I can improve upon, and any input would be really appreciated.

AS73G->Crybaby->BM->EQ->VK->computer mic->Cubase SX

Recording guru input greatly appreciated

*sorry for the bad playing


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Last edited by dudey5691 at Mar 30, 2008,
#2
Lose that backing track and pick up the real one here http://www.guitarbt.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=11 you'll have to register to see but you'll find the real deal there from the GH 3 game. Listen to my Metallica cover if you want to know what kind of quality you'll get.

The sound quality is not that great. If you are using a computer mic like you say that you will never get a good recording. Buy a SM57 or get something like a POD for direct recording
#3
Quote by mogo22
Lose that backing track and pick up the real one here http://www.guitarbt.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=11 you'll have to register to see but you'll find the real deal there from the GH 3 game. Listen to my Metallica cover if you want to know what kind of quality you'll get.

The sound quality is not that great. If you are using a computer mic like you say that you will never get a good recording. Buy a SM57 or get something like a POD for direct recording


The only reason I used GP5 for the backing track was because that's where my original song MIDI files are from

Okay, I plan on buying that particular mic sometime during the summer. After I get a job, it'll be that then some effects (maybe even a rackmount effects processor).

But do you think this sound quality will suffice for just laying a base down before I get the better mic?