Rig Manager makes it super easy to update, as it always checks to see if one is needed. It's as simple as clicking a button and just let the process happen. You only need to have the profiler on and connected to your computer usb from the back of the profiler, and have Rig Manager loaded.
Per That is a very nice detailed comment. I did an approach similar to how you described for bass and drums. I used lots of compression on the bass then I had to use a limiter because some of it's notes was too strong as you can tell. First time using a limiter. I am really starting to pay attention to each instruments EQ curve. You left me with a lot to absorb. Thanks!
waraba I do feel my progress keeps inching forward. I remember glossing over one of the reaper tutorials with Kenny Gioia using the REAQ to target frequencies. I'll have to return to that. I agree that the guitar track is a bit too loud.
Here is some of the lyrics for context.
No more candle lights,
No more sacrifice,
Too many sleepless nights,
is the way I feel with youuuuuuu.
Too hard to satisfy,
Too hard to compromise,
Some things you can't deny
The way I feel with youuuuuuu.
All those never minds,
All those token lies,
Always driving blind,
is the way I feel with youuuuuu
Don't tell me what to do,
Hear what I'm telling you.
When you talk to me,
You talk right through me,
It's always same with youuuuuu.
Set SPDIF to Git Studio and see how it sounds. You also should double check the Focusrite Control program to make sure levels and routing is okay.
Were you able to have high gain settings work fine? I have my gain between 17-20 and cannot profile it for the life of me. Always gives me the "too noisy" error.
Will it profile correctly at gain below 17? Like maybe 5, 7, and 10?
Two days in a row I was on the forums and got a busy page load for about 2 minutes at that time. Can't be coincidence?
I wrote this almost 2 years ago with lyrics but sorry no singer yet. It's a shorter version than the original for learning purposes. I did all the drum grooves and fills myself (you can probably tell). I'm still having a hard time getting a decent bass tone with a guitar. This bass track is too heavy (maybe Disco heavy) for what I would like. I guess I will ask for a bass for Xmas. I used the new Kemper Double tracker and my Mimiq together with dgburns David G. Burns Dual Amp Med Gain free profile on RM (I love it).
Let me know how I did please. I left the mistake (string slide) in the intro because I liked how it sounded.
I like that you posted the lyrics. I pay attention.
There is definitely a difference between single coils and humbuckers with overdriven sounds in a live setting. If I am in the audience, I will surely know the difference.
Maybe you but not the non-guitarist audience members -which makes up 90% of your audience.
If I split one of my bridge pick ups playing dirty there is only a slight bit more saturation in the tone from single to both with the single having a a bit more chime. No one notices.
If Sammy sung this version it would have been EPIC! Guitar play is killer! One of those rare occasions when the cover is better than the original (minus the singer in this case). It's the same way I feel about "Her Majesty's Secret Service" without Sean Connery - great movie but sucky actor.
Guys, stop trying to convince him. Let him make his own mistakes.
Just play Death Metal -- Tune all strings to drop C. Problem solved.
Add a Treble Booster or pluck strings directly above the pickup. You can split the 59 if you want to go that route. If you are playing with gain then there is not much of a difference between single coil or humbuckers in a live band setting - the audience can't tell. Single coils are best for cleanish tones, IMO.
Are you sure you don't have the buzzsaw Boss HM2 profile loaded?
You may need to contact support and send in some log files.
You should have a lot of fun with the Kabinet!
Did you listen to the sample posted? None of that is helpful for this problem. This is clearly an issue that should be looked at.
I was listening at quiet levels before but listened again louder to see it was not a phasing issue. I stand corrected. Thanks. I do not have that particular problem at all with any DT; Kemper DT, Chromatic DT, or Mimiq.
But for solving phasing issues using DT's my original reply stands.
Is the Leslie needed to get the correct effect? or get the Gilmourish flavor? or just the phaser?
Congrats on your release! Not my type of music but the mix sounds great! Good Luck!
I using the Treble Booster as pre in the stomp section even on some Fender rigs.
I love the 80's. That Kramer strat has a deeper belly cut then most strats making it very comfy to sit while playing. This is my 80's guitar with the deep belly cut style. Westone Spectrum DX all original with a new fret job. It's 36 years old.