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Mixing heavy distortion guitar
Old 24th September 2012
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Read Slipperman's "Recording Distorted Guitars from Hell".

Slipperman's Recording Distorted Guitars From Hell
Old 24th September 2012
  #32
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the drummer in that clip sounds like he has no movable joints below the shoulder
Old 24th September 2012
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He did post a clip, back in '07 which is till up there.
hahaha

That's what you get browsing through Gearslutz with the iphone without looking at post dates

Why the hell did someone resurrected this thread???
Old 25th September 2012
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hahaha

That's what you get browsing through Gearslutz with the iphone without looking at post dates

Why the hell did someone resurrected this thread??? :face palm:
It happens... hell I've done it too.
Old 25th September 2012
  #35
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Not necessarily a bad revived thread. I didnt know about the Andy Sneap c4 setting so that may become helpful. However the advice that resurrected this thread from 2007 was just horrible advice. Run your guitar through home stereo system and then mic that?! Maybe I'm just in the dark on this method but I can't imagine it yielding any decent results.
Old 25th September 2012
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Fascinating that one band of dynamic EQ around 200Hz gets it´s own name.
Can I please register a dynamic upward expansion of the highs on snare with a 7ms attack time so the initial transient is not affected as "WunderBro Flo" technique? Thank you!
Old 25th September 2012
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To me mixing guitars is all about panning, watching frequency masking, and the guitar/vocal/snare balance.
Old 26th September 2012
  #38
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Originally Posted by WunderBro Flo View Post
Fascinating that one band of dynamic EQ around 200Hz gets it´s own name.
Can I please register a dynamic upward expansion of the highs on snare with a 7ms attack time so the initial transient is not affected as "WunderBro Flo" technique? Thank you!
I'm cool with that Wunderbroflo it is!
Old 27th September 2012
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Nice, thanks, in return I will officially name the 12dB/oct slightly resonant low pass at 5.2kHz the "Poopynuggeteer move".
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