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Post: # 1416507Post plopswagon »

Looks and sounds great.

I can have the purist mentality when it comes to amps but sims have gotten so much better and afford one the ability to dial in a lovely sound while preserving a good performance. About 95% of the recording I do these days is with VST’s
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Post: # 1416511Post Bacchus »

I've said it before on here, but I have my dream amp. My real amp is probably the best amp I could conceivably ever own. But for recording, I don't think I'll ever be able to mic it to sound better than Amplitube.

I suppose a proportion of that is that there is a big difference between recorded guitar sound and live sound. Like, those great Marshall sounds on record, that's not what a Marshall sounds like in the room etc.
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Post: # 1416539Post Mike »

Hurb wrote:
NickD wrote:
Mike wrote:I love your videos hard

Great production value, sounds, lols and chops

You’re already way better than I ever was
Than I ever was, ever was

Agree though, the production quality is great. Mainly down to you Hurb, but amazing how good consumer tech sounds these days
I have to say I was always dead against plug ins and amp sims. But they have saved my life this past year (2020/2021) and my family's ears! I think guitar rig 5 sounds great and it was free as is the version of Ableton I use. the audio interface was sub 100 too.
I know you were talking about the audio, but I am quite proud of my video in this one too. Not bad for some cheap ebay lights and my phone camera.
Was talking about the whole lot mate

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Cheers boss x
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Post: # 1416581Post lorez »

did enjoy it, I've been using the amp sims in ableton a bit but maybe I should explore guitar rig a bit
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lorez wrote:did enjoy it, I've been using the amp sims in ableton a bit but maybe I should explore guitar rig a bit
Are you windows or mac?
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Post: # 1416610Post lorez »

Bacchus wrote:
lorez wrote:did enjoy it, I've been using the amp sims in ableton a bit but maybe I should explore guitar rig a bit
Are you windows or mac?
Mac
plopswagon wrote:I like teles and strats because they’re made out of guitar.
robroe wrote:I dont need a capo. I have the other chords in my tonefingers
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