#1
Just wondering what settings I would be using to re-create Metallica's tone on Death Magnetic.

I am to understand there are several different tones on the album. More specifically I am looking for the tones used in The Day That Never Comes.

Thanks guys!
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#2
Ultimate Setting Thread, go now, it's stickied.
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#3
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#5
Bite your strings really hard while moving your fingers randomly across the fretboard with the distortion set ridiculously high. Turn off the distortion for the intro though.

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#6
Well, I looked in the Settings Thread. I didn't find anything for Death Magnetic. Could someone point me in the right direction?
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Behringer V-Tone GMX212
ION Acoustic Practice Amp
Korg PX4D Effects Processor
#7
Seriously...just tweek your settings till you get something close that you like. You will never sound just like it and no can say exactly how your setup will sound with X settings.
#8
basically a setting with heavy distortion and spiked mids
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#9
IMO, I found Death Magnetic actually has quite a bit of mids in it, and the clean for that song has a really clean clean. I found I could get a pretty decent tone close to what you wanted out of my Bugera, but unfortunately every amp is different, so what I have set may not work for your amp. The production isn't the best on the album, but they would have some pretty decent tone if it would have been recorded right.
#10
You also need to take into account that there's a pretty huge chance they won't have even used the same amp for the cleans and distortion.


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