Grind Machine i Bass Grinder to dwa symulatory wzmacniaczy firmy Audio Assault. Jak łatwo się domyślić, jedna z nich to symulator wzmacniaczy gitarowych, druga basowych, a nazwy jednoznacznie sugerują zastosowanie – raczej do cięższych odmian muzyki. W wersji komercyjnej oferują 12 modeli wzmacniaczy i 20 modeli „paczek”, a choć wersja komercyjna nie jest droga, to firma oferuje też okrojone nieco wersje darmowe – w pełni użytkowe, bez ograniczeń czasowych czy „pipania”. Czytaj dalej
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Reamping part 3
Guitarists and bassists! If you click „read more”, your world will never be the same – in fact, it will collapse. Think about it now, or…
One thing – I’m a bass player, and the guitar is still a mystery for me. And I paid more attention to meters and levels than to playing… In all samples it’s not about what and how I play, or even how it sounds, there is only the signal level what matters. Ready? Let’s go!
Reamping part 2b
Since I haven’t find any „black” guitar and don’t want to withhold the release cycle, I decided to use what I have, although at the beginning I felt a little embarrassed. Well, don’t laugh 😉
Reamping part 2
So it looks like the guitar or bass can be easily recorded at home. Really? Guitarists, taking care of your signal path, let’s take a look at a few facts that might open your eyes wide. We are talking about the cables and their „sound”, and we miss much more serious matter…
Reamping part 1
Prices and quality of plug-ins that simulate guitar amps just force you to record guitar at home, on your headphones, without disturbing anyone. We use the plug-in, and at the same time did not close the possibility to „the real thing” – recorded tracks can be easily processed in the recording studio with your choice of amplifiers, speakers and microphones, with any preamplifier. Time (and money) gained on working at home can be used in the studio, trying different amplifier settings and microphones. However, if you plan to re-amp your tracks, you have to record them well.