Welcome to our in-depth tutorial on how to edit metal guitar direct input (DI) recordings to the grid using Logic Pro X!
In this video, we will walk you through the essential steps to achieve tight and precise guitar tracks for your modern metal mixes.
Editing metal guitar DIs to the grid is crucial for achieving a polished and professional sound. We understand the challenges that come with capturing the tightness and precision required for this genre, and that’s why we’re here to help you master the art of editing.
In this tutorial, we’ll cover the following key topics: – best flex time mode in Logic Pro X for guitar – how to get rid of artifacts – how to identify transients – how to snap to the grid automatically and introduce some humanisation
Editing metal guitar editing DIs to the grid is a crucial step in producing a tight and professional metal mix. Whether you’re a seasoned producer or a beginner, this tutorial will equip you with the knowledge and techniques to transform raw guitar tracks into punchy, tight, and perfectly synced performances.
Join us in this comprehensive tutorial and take your metal guitar editing skills to the next level using Logic Pro X. Don’t settle for anything less than perfection—get ready to unleash the power of precision editing in your metal productions!
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Looking for a killer metal tone? In this video, we explore three different amplifiers – Engl, Custom Audio Amplifiers, and EVH 5150 – all set to Drop E tuning.
We’ll show you how to dial in a modern metal tone that’s perfect for playing some seriously heavy riffs, using examples from the band Ghost Iris.
We’ll start by walking you through each amp’s features and settings, and then demonstrate how to get that signature tone using some of Ghost Iris’s most iconic riffs. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or just starting out, this video is packed with tips and tricks to help you achieve the ultimate metal tone. So grab your guitar, crank up the volume, and join us on this journey as we explore the Engl, Custom Audio Amplifiers, and EVH 5150 amps, and show you how to create a modern metal tone sound that’s perfect for playing Ghost Iris riffs.
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If you ever wondered, what’s the impact of Metal Guitar Cab IR on your heavy tone, and what cabinet impulse response actually changes in your sound, this video is for you. I perform a scientific level-matched test of 2 different metal guitar amps into a single guitar cab IR Impulse Response. I then change this into using the same guitar amp and changing guitar cab IR 3 times.
The difference is stunning and explains a lot! Multitracks from www.tight-sound.site (not affiliated)
Make Believe EQ – MBEQ. In this video, I took a deep dive in the new offering of Make Believe Audio. I compare MBEQ with Fabfilter, and discuss applications and limitations of both. I explore the hotkey workflow of MBEQ, the Sauce colour function, compare the Notch and the overall workflow of MBEQ vs Fabfilter.
Mixing Metal Guitars with Axe FX 2 in Reaper – Full Sounding Digital Tone. In this video, I do a deep dive into the optimal plugin chain, EQ, compression, multiband compression, saturation to get your modern digital metal guitars cut through the dense mix. Using a free mixing multitracks from tight-sound.site (not affiliated) Hope that you enjoy!