Guitarman700
Last Activity:
Sep 15, 2013
Joined:
Jun 15, 2010
Messages:
4,406
Likes Received:
339
Birthday:
Jul 23, 1990 (Age: 29)
Location:
Traverse City, MI
Occupation:
I'm a writer, which basically means I'm broke

Share This Page

Guitarman700

SS.org Regular, 29, from Traverse City, MI

Guitarman700 was last seen:
Sep 15, 2013
    1. Guitarman700
      Guitarman700
      YouTube - ORIGAMI BOX DESTROY
      Not really repetitive, just long and annoying. But that's the point.
      If you watch all of this, I'll give you a cookie.
    2. highlordmugfug
      highlordmugfug
      That video was the best one ever! :(

      I've never seen something so repetitively awesome before or since.
    3. JamesM
      JamesM
      Thanks a ton. :yesway:

      I realllly recommend Revalver. Their demo is even full-featured!
    4. JamesM
      JamesM
    5. JamesM
      JamesM
      Thank you! Lemme know which one is better between the two so I know where to go with it...
    6. JamesM
      JamesM
      No rush dude. Thanks again.

      :wub:
    7. JamesM
      JamesM
      The guitars are identically processed for all of Analog. Aren't mixes such a funny thing, how different identical waveforms can sound?

      That's a REALLY good idea Colin. Thank you. :yesway:
    8. JamesM
      JamesM
      It's really hard to judge a raw tone yet I feel like that tone will sound very good inside of a mix.
    9. JamesM
      JamesM
      That's just the thing. I'm not an amateur, I've been recording since I was twelve (granted, only seven years) and am trained by some really big names. I shouldn't be having these problems. :( I just feel--totally lame bullshit excuse--held back by money and not having "things"! I have a LOT of VERY NICE, VERY expensive vintage gear at home in my REAL studio, but none of that will help me do this. That and I won't/can't sell it.

      I was trained on analog, so all this digital stuff is completely new terrain. Fuck, I just got my first legitimate drum sequencer (SD2.0) like, in late January.

      Yes, lots of EQ tweakage. Honestly, usually 20% of my tone comes from post-EQ alone. If you heard anything I've recorded sans-post-EQ you'd likely scoff.

      EDIT:
      That sounded like such a whiney bitch post. :lol: I'm just so durned frustrated! :rofl:
    10. JamesM
      JamesM
      Misha Mansoor...

      Problem being, his tone is the OPPOSITE of digital, honestly. The largest hurdle in digital gear for me is getting to not sound digital.
    11. JamesM
      JamesM
      Overdrive>Gate>6505>Recab 3>EQ>Compressor.

      If you need specifics, I can always give you a screenie.

      What is the difference that makes the first better? The second is less muddled to my ears... But I haven't really got anything good for referencing here at school. Mixing Analog was a bitchhhh...
    12. JamesM
      JamesM
      Probably my bad, I'm uploading .wav's, blame Pro Tools. ;)
    13. Guitarman700
    14. JamesM
      JamesM
    15. JamesM
      JamesM
      Tone chasing is depressing me. :(

      I don't even know what to do anymore! Gawd!
    16. JamesM
      JamesM
      You linked me a personal redirect. ;) I'll definitely give that a shot.

      And thank you! I get really mixed responses. Either people really like them or they really hate them. :( I really just want to invest in something better.
    17. Guitarman700
      Guitarman700
      http://soundcloud.com/you/tracks
      Listen to the track "Lights in the sky" For now, it's just a rough mix to test some tones and riffs I had in my head. I tweaked my tone using this track for the reference. The playing sucks, but the tone is close to what I want. Try A/B'ing your stuff against some tones you like while tweaking, it helps a lot, at least for me. FWIW, I really like the tones you have on the album.
    18. JamesM
      JamesM
      I don't. Hmm...
    19. JamesM
      JamesM
    20. Soopahmahn
      Soopahmahn
      Nice. Yeah, there's a reason I moved out... :lol: but I love it to death every time I come home for Cherry Fest or Xmas.
  • Loading...
  • Loading...
  • About

    Birthday:
    Jul 23, 1990 (Age: 29)
    Location:
    Traverse City, MI
    Occupation:
    I'm a writer, which basically means I'm broke
    Primary Seven:
    Schecter Hellraiser C7
    Main Rig:
    Peavey Vypyr 75
    Real Name:
    Colin
    Primary ERG:
    Ibanez RG8
    Other Guitars:
    Homebuilt Strat
    Japanese Squire Telecaster
    Preamp/Amps:
    Peavey Vypyr 75
    Studio & Recording Gear:
    Reaper
    Ezdrummer
    Various KVR Audio VST's
    Hi

    Guitar, Reading, Traveling, Anime ETC

    Signature

    "FFDP is metal for Nascar fans."-Rick
    "Someone said they like guns. I like Mel Gibson."-God
  1. This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register.
    By continuing to use this site, you are consenting to our use of cookies.