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Hey metalheads! Are you tired of struggling to get that perfect heavy guitar tone in Reaper? Look no further! In this video, we’re excited to share our amazing Metal Guitar Reaper Mixing Chain for Reaper, and the best part is, it’s absolutely FREE!
Dr. Mike Trubetsko has meticulously crafted this powerful mixing chain to help you achieve that professional-grade sound for your metal guitar tracks. Whether you’re into crushing riffs, blistering solos, or bone-crunching breakdowns, this mixing chain has got you covered.
In this tutorial, we’ll walk you through the step-by-step process of setting up and using the Metal Guitar Mixing Chain in Reaper. From EQ and compression to saturation and reverb, we’ll show you how to dial in the perfect settings to make your metal guitar tracks cut through the mix with clarity, aggression, and definition.
So, grab your guitar, fire up Reaper, and let’s dive into the world of epic metal guitar tones with our free mixing chain! Don’t forget to like, comment, and subscribe for more awesome content. Rock on! \m/
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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 want to succeed in the supersaturated modern metal market, you need to stand out.
Here are a few principles that you may implement based on my lasting experience of producing bands and my own music.
💡Standing out is a very fine balance between fitting the pocket of the market and differing enough just to push its boundaries
💡Hence, using JUST your authentic ideas without exploring what is popular and WHY is a dangerous idea. This may drive your music simply irrelevant.
💡At the same time, mimicking popular trends and creating a mix-and-match of various sonic trends just for the sake of it would not display your authenticity, and your listener would not connect to it at best.
I suggest the following strategies when writing new music and thinking about its future success in the market:
✅ Explore what is new and trending in a similar heavy style to yours. Super important to follow the trends and understand WHY these songs are in high demand. Break down their stylistic elements and feel.
✅ Then, write music sincerely and authentically, project your message fully, without restrictions.
✅ And then, carve that message stylistically based on the trends that you explored earlier and which FIT its atmosphere (sounds, samples, arrangement, layers, grooves)
✅ It also make sense to stand out with your sound and with your mix – with the similar principle. Fitting the pocket and bending it just a bit. One of the proven strategies for me is to capture unique drum samples on the recording day and use them aggressively for sampled yet unique and real sound.