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A few minutes of footage from our show on June 13th (sound isn't that clear but you get the drift):
His acoustic stuff is the shit.
What videos are you seeing? A lot of the time they just use a really long speaker cable through a wall box with a cab in an isolated room on the other side of the wall so they can tweak knobs in the control room while the cab is miced up in an acoustically treated room.
Is GP 6 worth the $60? cause honestly i hate spending money on programs. it costs them like 2 dollars to copy onto a CD and they charge us $60 for it.
anybody know of a way to get it free?
assuming one mic in front and one behind the cone; standard way of doing things.
I takes much longer to perfectly phase align everything than it does to just put the mics in the right place in the first place.
Even with two mics, it's much more a distance related problem than it is about the angle. As long as you keep the distances of the two mics from the cone about the same, a simple inversion of one of the signals will make the recording sound as it should.
Of course you should always use the 3:1 rule if you're thinking of placing both mics on one the same side of one cone, that is for every 1 inch away from the source, the mics should be 3 inches apart to avoid phase issues. If you're micing two different cones on the same side of the amp may well still be difficulties with crossover between the two mics.
All of this is completely irrelevant if you decide you have the time and patience to go through all the audio recorded and manually phase align every track for a specific instrument. Then you can pretty much put the mics wherever the hell you want.
technically, the best place to mic an amp is more towards the edges, not at the edges, nor in the centre, but generally somewhere between the two, as this is the place where the sound waves clash with each other, making them constructive, hence making them louder.
By quality I meant the realism of the sound. RSE sounds a lot more like a guitar/drums than midi does, imo.
Described Mikael as making a sound like a grizzly bear being poked by a red-hot poker.
Album recording is coming along well!
We're re-amping lead guitars tonight, and have just started clean vocals as well. Violin will be recorded later this month and it'll all be recorded by May!
If anyone has any questions about the recording process, feel free to speak up.