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Recording room ambience for added warmth?

Discussion in 'Recording' started by rkohli, May 23, 2005.

  1. rkohli

    rkohli Active Member

    One of my friends is in an electronic/grindcore band (Genghis Tron http://www.myspace.com/genghistron), and was talking about how sometimes he thinks his EP sounds a bit too digital/overprocessed. That's sorta inevitable with 2/3 of his band using synths and computer programmed beats.

    However, he really likes the production that Trent Reznor gets for his stuff, and was wondering how he got the natural-ness to his recordings. One of his other band members was convinced that NIN uses just a track of room ambience layered over the entire thing to get that sound...and when NIN released a GarageBand version of "The Hand That Feeds," there was indeed a track of just ambience. (I don't have GarageBand, that's just what I heard)

    Is this the key to getting that sound?

    Thanks,

    Rohan
     
  2. Rider

    Rider Guest

    the ambient track i have in THTF is just a spaceship type sound with crackling.
     

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