Drop B, just the perfect balance between being low enough so that single note riffs sound chunky, and high enough that chordy stuff still has definition
oddly enough, all my shit is recorded in Drop A or Drop C :lol:
all time favourite metal rhythm would be Misery Signals in Controller (Recto, Framus, 5150) very similar recipe to the one used by KSE, but the overall vibe of the mix is completely different IMO
a few others I really like are
-. Gojira - From Mars To Sirius
-. Dream Theater - Train of Thought...
came here to post about this one
The other day I was listening to Rareform, not a polished mix by any means but it sounds really powerfull, then I switched to Wolves Withing and the difference was abysmal
So, around 3 months ago I applied for a paralegal job at one of the best Law Firms in my country, had to pass lots of interviews and the boss told me he was between me and another candidate, they went with the latter. Turned out that she was a classmate and after 2 months in, she decided to quit...
thanks a lot mate!
the challenge I got from this project really made me more confident regarding what I could do as a mixer/producer, but also made me a lot more picky regarding which projects I took :lol:
anybody knows the full setup from Gojira's "From Mars"? (mic, specific Marshall cab, etc.) I was chasing that tone for ages when I was younger and there were tons of conflicting information floating around
* Not using passive pickups.
Believe me, it's not that relevant, I can get that sound with an EMG 57, which apart from being active, is pretty mild in comparison to what those bands use
* Different string gauges and tension.
Again, not that relevant, take Tom Searle from Architects for example...
Drop A with a 26.5 scale guitar here. I use a 9-46+64 set. I love it, but a few days ago I tuned this thing down a half step and im loving the lighter feel, so I might drop the 64 down to 60 when I return to Drop A