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In this ultimate guide to blending metal guitar tone, we dive deep into the art of creating a bone-crushing sound that will leave your audience in awe.
Whether you’re a seasoned guitarist or just starting out, this video is packed with valuable insights and practical tips to help you achieve that killer metal tone you’ve always desired.
Discover the secrets behind blending different guitar tones to create a unique sonic landscape that cuts through the mix with precision and clarity. We break down the characteristics of various metal tones, explaining how to craft the perfect tone for thrash, death metal, djent, and more.
Learn how to assess your initial tone, create complementing tones, and glue these together for an ultimate massive result.
Whether you’re aiming for crushing heaviness or soaring melodic leads, this comprehensive guide will equip you with the knowledge and tools to take your metal guitar tone to the next level. So grab your favorite axe, crank up the volume, and let’s dive into the world of blending metal guitar tones like a pro!
In the ever-evolving world of modern metal, there’s an ongoing debate among musicians, producers, and engineers about the most effective approaches to achieve the desired sonic impact. Join us on this captivating journey as we delve into the intriguing clash of concepts: Digital vs. Analog, Gridded vs. Raw, Sampled vs. Natural. In this thought-provoking video, we explore the fundamental elements that shape the sound of contemporary metal music. We unravel the pros and cons of each method and discuss the best applications. Next, we venture into the rhythmic landscape of metal, where the debate between gridded and raw performances rages on. Explore the tight precision of gridded beats, meticulously aligned to perfection, contrasted with the untamed energy of raw, human performances. Learn how these contrasting approaches can shape the overall feel and impact of a metal track, and gain insight into the creative decisions that go into achieving the desired rhythmic intensity. Gain valuable wisdom and learn about the factors to consider these applications when producing and modern metal editing.
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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No one is talking about guitar comping for metal guitar recordings, and these days you guys are often reaching for automatic DI grid alignment rather than working hard and doing more takes. In this video, you will learn how performing more takes and comping them together would create a more real feel and showcase your unique guitar playing style.
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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In this informative and insightful video, metal producer Dr. Mike Trubetskov explores the key differences between analog and digital mixing in modern metal music production. Drawing on his years of experience in the industry, Dr. Trubetskov discusses the unique characteristics of each approach and the ways in which they can be used to achieve different sonic outcomes. Analog Mix Metal.
Through a series of engaging demonstrations and examples, Dr. Trubetskov highlights the benefits and drawbacks of both analog and digital mixing, as well as the creative possibilities that each method offers. He provides a comprehensive overview of the technical and aesthetic considerations that metal producers must take into account when mixing their tracks.
Whether you’re a seasoned metal producer looking to refine your mixing skills, or a curious music enthusiast interested in the nuts and bolts of modern metal production, this video is sure to provide valuable insights and practical tips that you can apply to your own creative endeavors. So join Dr. Mike Trubetskov as he unlocks the difference between analog and digital mixing in modern metal, and discover new ways to take your music to the next level.
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Looking to get the best live guitar sound for your metal performances? Look no further than this video, where I explore the best tone settings method to achieve that killer metal sound. I will guide you through the process of dialing in the perfect tone by referring to a mix-ready tone, tweaking boomy lows and harsh top end. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or just starting out, this video is sure to help you achieve the sound you’ve been searching for. So grab your guitar and join us for this in-depth look at the best tone settings for great live metal guitar sound.
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Some of you may laugh at the idea of Dolby Atmos Metal Mixing, or just not see any value in it. In this video, I provide a direct comparison between Atmos Mix and Stereo Mix for a Metal song (Band: The Archanan – Resonance), and then explain what benefits and value did Dolby Atmos bring to the table. Let me know what you think of the result!
In this video, I discuss how the rapid expansion of Dolby Atmos overtakes the film and music industry. Do not miss out on Dolby Atmos as it will soon become a requirement for your music. Atmos is currently available in movie theaters, TVs, flatbars, cars and on headphones. We can only see what happens next with Dolby Atmos Mixing!
One of my favourite projects for the year. Modern Metal / Metalcore band Into The Vein from Melbourne, Australia. Had the pleasure to record drums and vocals for this banger, and mix it. Drums recorded at Bushido Studios with Dan Presland, too, and mastered by almighty Lance Prenc.
Check it out!
If you are wondering who mixed Into The Vein, then look no further as that was me.
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.
If you as a Modern Metal Band or Musician looking to push the edge of Modern Music, I break down the key takeaways of how Modern Metal is different from traditional Heavy Genre, why its sound is so hard to achieve, and how you can move forward towards better Modern Songs! Featuring music by Make Them Suffer, Currents, Into the Vein, Elysion, Darko US, and more.
Many of you are struggling to understand compression when mixing metalcore drums, modern metal drums, and deathcore drums. And I am still learning and adjusting to the modern super-compressed landscape, too!
In this video, walk through the session with me where we mixed programmed modern metal drums and learn compression principles, why and how with 1176, Distressor, Fabfillter Pro-C2, Kush Audio. Serial and Parallel Compression explained, too.
How To Layer Synths for FAT Modern Metal Guitar Riff Tone – Metal Production and Mixing Tutorial for Metal Synth Guitar!
Lots of Modern Metal, Metalcore, Deathcore Productions and Mixes use Synths for thickening and fattening the Guitar Riffs. In this video, I show one of the approaches for Synth Layering, how to achieve good Synth Tones that Complement Modern Metal Guitar Riffs, and which Riff to choose!
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.
In this video, I talk about Metal Guitar Layers, and how to record these for Modern Metal Guitars. – Reasons to record harmonies and doubles. – Layers for Rhythms. Harmonies. Vibrancy. Quads – Layers for Leads
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The Overcoming Project. Psychedelic Metal with world-class metal musicians Mike Heller (Fear Factory, Malignancy) on drums, Jon Howard (Threat Signal, Imonolith) on vocals, and Sergei “Efes” Fomin (FS Projekt) on bass. Executed by Dr. Mike Trubetskov – Guitarist and Producer at EOL Studios.
”Overcoming” EP depicts a psychedelic journey through immigration, Doctorate degree, Type I Diabetes and insane burnout into discovering the true purpose and becoming a Metal Producer.
Determination, Overcoming, and Victory are more than just heavy songs with killer musicianship. These grow into eternal, psychedelic objects that keep evolving into new dimensions after each listen.
The Overcoming Project was a labor of love and brutal hard work. Having started the songwriting process in 2015, it took 7 years to execute the songs fully. Each production step – arrangement, tracking, and mixing – was performed with the utmost attention to detail and relentless perfectionism. That allowed T.O.P. to gain some recognition.