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Old 12-10-2010, 09:34 PM   #6
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Originally Posted by Megaikke View Post
This could be my head phones or I hope to god its not my hearing... The left sounds a fraction louder or maybe a slightly more treble tone/impulse than the right which makes it sound to me a bit unbalanced? I get that effect if I use different impulses that sometimes dont blend together as well. Is any one else hearing that? (I hope so for my ears sake!! lol) loving the riffage tho!!!
I know what you mean. The levels are the same, but I think I did use different impulses, but the tone I use on the right guitar is very bassy and dark. Do you think it would sound better if I made the tones more similar or raised the right guitar a little?

Edit: Fixed. I had the impulse on the wrong insert on the right guitar. Silly me.

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