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I did not say to compress the bass a lot, I after all said hard. You definitely did not understand me.no. you should never over-do compression
+1a compressor will help you compress the attack down. set correctly it will still keep your dynamics intact, but will make sure that those parts that are too loud arent over powering.
No offense man, but that is not being resourceful. That's being a thief.A resourceful person could have all of those above programs for minimal investment *winks* You didn't hear it from me though.
Click on this link below. It's the keFIR mono.dll file:Is somebody willing to send me KeFIR? I'll give you my email address through PM.
The download link for KeFIR doesn't work
Automate. Have a healthy amount of presence. Compress lows-low mids with a multi-band compressor.Hey, does anyone have any EQ tips / tricks to make a lead guitar stand out more in a mix?
To be honest I find it 10x easier.I think that would be abit redundant, I can't see any benefit from doing that I guess. Its real easy just to D-Click exactly where you want your drums in the timeline.
Ahh, I did not see that.EZD isnt half bad but SD2.0 is by far much better in sound quality.
The downside is it's expensive...the original post stated he wanted to do this for free.
IMO, don't do this.EZ Drummer, drum kit from hell.
This will not give any good quality though.you could try something simple to get you off the ground especially if your just using for like a demo to get shows until you can seriously start recording albums, you should just go out to your local sam ash or a target or something and buy a recording cable they have different kinds there are some that go in the sound jack on your computer and others that plug into the usb and either one'll work on audacity, which works really well for recording and once you get using the built in equalizer down on audacity you can make everything sound pretty damn good not to mention the chord and don't quote me on this but im like 90% its only like $30 and audacity is free so it'll fit your budget definatly
Maybe try this?I might be able to stretch the budget a bit, do sweetwater ship to Australia? Because thats where I'm looking (free shipping is the plus)
+1Dear God, there has maybe been one good suggestion here.
Buy this: http://pro-audio.musiciansfriend.com/product/Line-6-POD-Studio-GX-with-POD-Farm?sku=250006
Its all you need to record guitar plus some sweet amp sim programs
Not really IMO.Practicing unplugged can sometimes actually greatly help with your techniques.
Interesting. December 8th?DIMEBAGLIVEDON.. wanna know something interesting.. i was born the same day as Friedman which is the same day Dime and Lennon were killed
how do you feel about the price? it is neck-thru and OFR (heard that the FRT are OFR reason its said FRT is cause the Japs state it on thier models)
Yeah I really hate Reaper's midi editor.The only problem i've heard of with reaper is that some people don't like the midi editor, which cubase is supposed to be great for. But for laying down guitar tracks and doing basic midi work you can;t beat reaper's price.