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AlexB  
15 Sep 2011 02:20 | Quote
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Mexico
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NOthing much to say here my fiends :) did this for MIchele Adamson,one of my fav singers of all time,and a cool girl too!

Used Amplitube 3,great tones!

DanielM  
15 Sep 2011 03:29 | Quote
Joined: 11 Apr 2011
United Kingdom
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Nicely done.

What is your studio setup to get such a great sound?

Apart from amplitube of course
nullnaught  
15 Sep 2011 10:57 | Quote
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Nicely done. But during the end i think i had a flashback.
V3N0M3333  
15 Sep 2011 20:52 | Quote
Joined: 17 Mar 2011
United States
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i want that guitar soo bad

good stuff man
gshredder2112  
15 Sep 2011 23:15 | Quote
Joined: 03 Sep 2010
United States
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Good job man.Were those artificial or harp harmonics at the end?
AlexB  
16 Sep 2011 00:06 | Quote
Joined: 13 Jul 2009
Mexico
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MIchele liked it,she is my impossible love...lol

My set up is simple my friend, Guitar - TC Impact Twin - Presonus StudioLive (optional,i like the preamps) - Amplitube (in this case) with very simple but effective patch (compressor/amp & eq/Cab Sim with propper micing) - Waves Reverb - Compressor - Harmonic Exciter - Limiter :P

But most of the tone,if not all,comes from amplitube and the guitar,there are so much steps in recording audio that can influence your sound!

GS - Those were artificial harmonics,done 1 octave higher from what my left hand is playing :P

Thanks ppl!!!
gshredder2112  
16 Sep 2011 13:16 | Quote
Joined: 03 Sep 2010
United States
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Cool,thats what I thought. 1 octave(12hs) Is generally the
standard for artificial harmonics.


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