I've been listening to different recordings to listen for guitar sounds, and I am really in love with the guitar sounds on Senses Fail's Still Searching. Does anyone know what type of mics, a/d, daw, or anything used in the recording of these guitars?
2 - MXL 604 Condensers
2 - Sennheiser MD421 Dynamics
2 - SM57 Dynamics
1 - AKG D-112
I need some suggestions:
I'm waiting to get my amp serviced so I haven't recorded with it yet. When We do, this is How I'll Mic it. Only using the combo NOT the 2x12 cab.
LEFT SIDE - MD421(front) SM57(Back-It's vented)
RIGHT SIDE - SM57(front) MD421(Back)
Here is our link:
After a month of testing this software appears to be working well however, suggestions are welcome. Most likely some organizing will be needed on my part as we build it up...
I've got both choral and organ gigs this week where I can experiment a big (supplement the main rig.)
Please give me some advices thx ;)
Does anyone know where to find more information about Adam Kasper's micing techniques ? Or do you know what microphones he use, and how he places them ? I know already about his gear, mostly vintage stuff and recording on tape.
Thank you very much.
I have a couple of Good condenser mic and a couple of 57's, not a good room at all, new strings for both guitar, and a good player.
Thx in advance for your answers
What do you guys use for micing up a snare/and where do you place the Microphone?
I've gotten good results lately with classical top/bottom micing technique with two SM57's into an RNC, but the amount of EQ I am using to get this sound irritates me somewhat. I hear some people mic the snare at the shell I guess this will bring more "crack" into the snare?