CAA OD100 Custom Audio Amplifiers Metal Guitar Amp Reamp and Review. Using Lasse Lammert DIs, Pepper’s Pedals Dirty Tree, Suhr Reactive Load, CAPI VP26 mic pre.
Mixing Your Own Music is hard – be it Metal, Rock or any other genre. In this video, I share my recent experience when mixing The Overcoming Project and some insights that can help you on your path!
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My first impressions of Bogren Digital AmpKnob Rev C. Guitar Playthrough, comparisons with ML Sound Lab Amped Roots and Custom Audio Amplifiers OD 100. Hope that you dig my thoughts!
My Metal Recording Studio Tour. Gear by Custom Audio Amplifiers, Suhr, Darkglass, ENGL, Ownhammer, Rupert Neve, Universal Audio, Louder Than Liftoff, Cranborne Audio, CAPI, Wes Audio, Avid, Audioscape, Horizon Devices, Focal, Amphion, Focal, Pepper’s Tree.
What’s the difference between playing Metal live and recording in the studio? Having just stepped off stage from our gigs with Hybrid Nightmares, I summarise the different approaches in this video as a studio and live guitarist.
A simple method that allows you to better hear compression, EQ, saturation in your Heavy Metal Recording and Mix – Guitars, Drums, Bass, Vocals. Push things to the extreme, level match and listen to the results while changing one parameter at a time.
Recording Metal Tutorial. Setting up Gain Staging and Levels while Recording your Heavy Metal Guitars, Drums, Bass and Vocals at Home Studio – Makes it or Breaks it!
Find out how different is the sound for correct and incorrect gain staging within Logic, Cubase, Pro Tools, Reaper, or any other DAW, and how to set it up correctly.
Mixing Metal Tutorial. Compression is a key way to make instruments powerful and fit in the Heavy Metal Mix. Overcompression, however can make instruments sound thin, too pushed and, frankly, boring.
I discuss unique ways to retain dynamics and still keep Metal Guitars, Drums and Bass super powerful in the Mix. By using Tape, Saturation and Transformer Clipping.
Staying Present and Mindful when Recording Metal. It’s all about the mindset. The state of mind that you are in during the recording session in the studio or at home, dictates the end result. The way you feel translates into your guitar, bass, drums and vocal recording, and even mixes. Consider tuning your mind into your music and not losing the big picture, and the results will follow.
Common mistakes when recording Heavy Metal Guitars, Bass, Drums, Vocals at Home Studio. I talk about my direct experience receiving multitrack for mixing, and ways to prevent these mistakes from happening! Inconsistent levels, bad doubling, too complicated layers and not finding your sounds. If this sounds like you – check this video out.