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    Warts & all...



    I'm interested in feedback. There some very apparent resonant peaks in this recording. Post recording I tried to tame them using band EQ and some compression. How do you folks deal with this?

    Setup:
    Today's Setup_020816.1.jpg
    Last edited by windspace; 02-08-2016, 04:33 PM. Reason: spelling

  • #2
    the sabra cadabra and the afterneath get pedals its a real balancing act when your delay is high in repeats tends to self oscillate I'm not sure what delay you are using dial the feedback down a tad or lower the mix to let more of the dry signal come through not real sure on the post. i have always liked hearing the clicks of an fx coming on!

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    • #3
      Normally I just use a mixer EQ, but if a piece contains just a few instances of one or two resonant frequencies, I use the modular view in eXT to route an instrument track via an extra EQ whose parameters I can automate (after testing) to operate at particular points in the track to tame specific events. Where this "time-variant" EQ is not required, I just turn it off, gracefully.
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      • #4
        also love the twin vox set up!!!! i play through a Vox AC30cc2 and stereo it with a Ampeg BA 115 so i get massive low end with the 15" i also jump channels on the AC30 to use both the normal and high gain channel.

        very nice jam. sense joining i am trying to slow down my playing and use more clean modulated sound. of course can't always turn away from your roots!

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        • #5
          Originally posted by magnesson View Post
          the sabra cadabra and the afterneath get pedals its a real balancing act when your delay is high in repeats tends to self oscillate I'm not sure what delay you are using dial the feedback down a tad or lower the mix to let more of the dry signal come through not real sure on the post. i have always liked hearing the clicks of an fx coming on!
          I have the settings on the Sabbra Caddabra toward the lower side; the Afterneath really loves to self oscillate!! Have to watch it, especially as I tend to want to turn the settings on it towards the higher side :O For delay I'm using a TC Flashback in Tape mode with the feedback turned up to about 70%. I will try backing off on that. I wanna get another delay to stack with this one.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by seismic1 View Post
            Normally I just use a mixer EQ, but if a piece contains just a few instances of one or two resonant frequencies, I use the modular view in eXT to route an instrument track via an extra EQ whose parameters I can automate (after testing) to operate at particular points in the track to tame specific events. Where this "time-variant" EQ is not required, I just turn it off, gracefully.
            I recently picked up the Melda MAuto Dynamic EQ on sale for half off. I'm not at all familiar with it yet, but I think it is designed to be able to respond to peaks at specified frequencies and could be used post recording or while recording to a DAW.
            I was attemtping to get this recorded w/o a DAW, but I did bring the recording into Reaper to add EQ & a little compression. I like your suggestion to use DAW automation to tame the frequency peaks and keep it turned off otherwise.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by magnesson View Post
              also love the twin vox set up!!!! i play through a Vox AC30cc2 and stereo it with a Ampeg BA 115 so i get massive low end with the 15" i also jump channels on the AC30 to use both the normal and high gain channel.

              very nice jam. sense joining i am trying to slow down my playing and use more clean modulated sound. of course can't always turn away from your roots!
              Thanks!
              I was inspired to get the twin Vox Pathfinder 10's after reading about the setup used by Disturbed Earth (Dean Richards) for some of his recordings - I really enjoyed the way they sounded as well as the aesthetic of recording the stereo amps with a portable recorder. I wish i could play as well as him! Maybe in 20-30 years, huh?

              If I had someplace to play louder I would love to get an AC30. All the demos I've heard for them were awesome. I'm not familiar with your Ampeg though. I keep having to try to slow down...

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Windspace View Post
                I recently picked up the Melda MAuto Dynamic EQ
                I was going to suggest a dynamic eq, probably the tdr-nova (highly regarded, nearly won the kvr developers challenge etc).

                http://www.tokyodawn.net/tdr-nova/

                Can't say I've used it extensively but think it's perfect for this kind of control, only processing certain freqs when they cross a threshold etc.
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                • #9
                  I'll post a pic of my rig once I get away from the 9-5. I am using Adobe audition to mix from my Mac. After I transfer from my tascam I love stacking delays!!!!! Currently I'm using a death by audio dream echo 2 into a Roland re-20 space echo into strymon big sky into a vox delay lab. So I almost have too much going on.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by magnesson View Post
                    Currently I'm using a death by audio dream echo 2 into a Roland re-20 space echo into strymon big sky into a vox delay lab. So I almost have too much going on.
                    I think you need to go talk to aoVI, he runs some cult devoted to delay worship or something. ;)
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by GaryG View Post
                      Originally posted by magnesson View Post
                      Currently I'm using a death by audio dream echo 2 into a Roland re-20 space echo into strymon big sky into a vox delay lab. So I almost have too much going on.
                      I think you need to go talk to aoVI, he runs some cult devoted to delay worship or something. ;)

                      :biggrin:

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                      • #12
                        That's funny I DL some bandcamp stuff that was tagged as " delay devotion"

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