Posts by waraba

    The energy of this two guys band is incredible !!

    They are kemper users, as I could spot 2 of them , I guess there is one for the guitar and one for an octa bass, what a tone !!

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    I cannot give you a better example of pedal point, and the tone is surprisingly similar to your songs :

    check that intro , typical pedal point on bass ( accentuated by the pm guitar TBH , then chords change for good )

    That's the beauty of pedal point, only one bass note & 3 chords lol , you can do that forever ;)

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    Yeah ! we finally ear that bass , much better to my ears , that's a great bass tone & play ,

    I would recommend harmonizing the bass notes , not to follow the guitar notes , but some other notes , or even a single note as pedal as much bassists do (including myself) , ie pedal is not gear but a way to build tension

    check that 5mn vid & it will change the way you write bass lines !

    Yeah the actual turn of events had only one positive effect on me , it enhanced my creativity , drama etc ...

    Thx for your comment on my playing , that was my strat again, on glass side on leads

    ... and a jazzbass that has some gain & highs , but also some punch & a lot of the groove part.

    here is a rocker one, turns into smoother vibes later

    KPA, NAM :

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    Well ... this is 'of circumstances ' ... I guess , I never think I'd do something for the blonde man, but man ... it's a well deserved tribute :o

    the 'survivor' track , also dedicated to all survivors around us... mere mortals ...

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    Great one Larry, I still hear some Rush influence, and the drums fit really good , bass still in the background , it could help with the groove if it was more prominent.

    love that bass synth sound in there. Synths I always find a bit easier to mix than guitar but that could be because my mindset changes when I work with them, it becomes about filling up the sound/texture more than finding a melody line. So I guess I autoarrange them because I look for a specific sound to use that I know will occupy that space and don't spend time carving a sound to fit frequency-wise.

    Thx Per, the synth bass is actually Mat's ring mod bass played on my strat , I had to tame it via EQ as it was to prominent on that clean track. I often find actual synths to be easy to mix , they often cut the mix with ease, but they can eat a whole range of frequencies.

    . A good song and the balance was very smooth in my environment. I particularly like how you locked the thump of the bass with the kick drum.

    Thx Chris, no particular attention on the kick , from me, I just had to change the snare tone and play the bass groove over the drums as I always do. But the bass was EQed with reaEQ to take it's own position in the mix.

    The mix also had to be aerated and glued with some tape sim & a group verb , to give a little more of a live feel.

    Hi all , this is a funky one , summer vibe but angry feel as the political climate here is disgusting

    Anyway here is the acoustic sim in action , pedal pitch leads, and as always Mat's bass , all that on my humble strat

    Mix was not easy with tons of arturia synths & all stuff happening all along.

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    As you guys seem to dig this one , here is a longer version , with slight adj. on the mix

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    Bro, PLEASE, I'm already in therapy for my GAS

    Hello, just add the magnatone models from tonehunt in your Genome and here you go !

    Tried it yesterday with a LP after being curious about these magnatores again while hearing your demo. I must say I was really impressed again ! The subtle touch on cleans and dynamics are really amazing and the bite is there on the the hi gain models ( magnatone 59 )

    I urge you to try genome & cranck the volume on your monitors , much better option than spend 5000€ on an amp head for sure !!

    here is screenshot to convince you : you'll even get some input blends & TS9 models , they sound really awesome and sadly not available on the KPA


    what an amp ! Goes easily into feedback & has lots of useful tones from you demo.

    I'll stick to NAM profiles, I don't even have any amp in my studio anymore. BTW I really love the NAM profile of the 59 , with similar feel you describe , very touch sensitive etc ...

    The KPA is more disappointing than NAM on growl & feel , I'm not sure any KPA profile could give it justice , so buying/ swapping a real one could be a great move regarding your collection, that's not an amp that will lower in value with time , looks like a great investment.