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Happy New Year!
This is pretty much an update on what I've been doing, and this is the result of the last couple months of editing.
I recently bought a Pod HD500, which has been a much needed upgrade in tone. I've only gotten started with it, this is my first full mix test. I broke out the Dean and played some old school standard E riffs.. haha
The guitar was quad tracked (2 left, 2 right) with different amp settings on each run through the riffs. From 0:00-0:54 I'm using a Treadplate (Dual Rectifier based) setting, from 0:55-1:45 I'm using a Treadplate/Line 6 Elektrik setting, and from 1:46- the end I combined 2 tracks of each to see how it sounds. The differences are VERY subtle, but I can notice them, haha.
The bass is also a detuned guitar using the whammy pedal on the HD500. Its probably as good as a real bass. I would've used my real bass, but it needs repairs. It actually doesn't work.
Thanks to a little help from a tutorial I found on Youtube, I've made Superior Drummer 2.0 my bitch.. :P
I'm finally getting the drum tones, and the guitar tones I've always wanted.
Keep in mind, this is not an actual song (hence the name Generica) its just a test of my gear up to this point.