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New MC DSP Amp Modeller

Discussion in 'Recording' started by Alécio Costa - Brazil, Oct 9, 2003.

  1. Alécio Costa - Brazil

    Alécio Costa - Brazil Well-Known Member

    After Amp farm, Sans Amp, Amplitube (TDM), now we have one more in the menu...

  2. Kurt Foster

    Kurt Foster Distinguished Member

    Hey! What are you tryin' to do, make me sick?? Get an amp and a mic fer crisakes.. hee hee :s:
  3. Alécio Costa - Brazil

    Alécio Costa - Brazil Well-Known Member

    Uncle Kurt, at this very moment, I am recording electric guitars for the last songs of my album.
    Sure I have a few amps but....
    I preferred using: Ibanez RG440 into a Klark Teknik Dbox bused to 2 tracks of PT
    (1) Amp Farm > Compressor Bank 2 > Tc Chorus
    (2) Sans Amp > Compressor Bank 2

    Parallel reverbs: Spx 990 room/plate + Lexicon Stero Chorus

    The tone is pretty cool. Tweaking of course, adding some reverbs, light chorus.. I will show ya when it is ready... A mix of Chic, Tears for fears. George Duke...
  4. Kurt Foster

    Kurt Foster Distinguished Member

    ohhhhh, I don't feel so good, I think I'm gonna ROWLLLLLFFFFFF!


    [ October 09, 2003, 05:36 PM: Message edited by: Kurt Foster ]
  5. Alécio Costa - Brazil

    Alécio Costa - Brazil Well-Known Member

    Hey, you come to my "home" to vomit"
    When things get done, I will send you a copy. Btw... do not forget that you, Rick and Ronny are suppose to review my album!!!
  6. Pootkao

    Pootkao Guest

    The only thing I use Sans Amp for is persuading clients NOT to work with me. Gawd that thing sounds ugly.

    At my beck and call I have an Ampeg, Fender Twin, Fender DeVille 4x10, Crate stack, '68 Gibson and Rivera. If I can't get a good sound out of any of those, I quit the biz.
  7. falkon2

    falkon2 Well-Known Member

    This actually sounds pretty good. I personally like the merit of being able to record once direct (with external monitoring through a seperate signal chain with an amp) then being able to mess with the tone to my heart's content in the box itself. Different strokes for different folks, I suppose.

    Also check out long-standing Trash from iZotope... you can't go wrong with something less than half the price and more weird noises to play around with.

    I personally liked the Trash demoes better than McDSP's new toy, but that's just me.

    PianoCab.mp3 - Trash has all the components you need to emulate the gear we know and love. But the real power is the ability to create your own Trash. For this one, we used multiband clipping, into tube saturation, into an amp that's mounted inside a piano cabinet.

    All I can say is lollerskates. It actually sounds creepily like the way they describe it.

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