Finished this a few days ago. I'm using BFD 1.5 with the original library and XFL, which I got late last year. It's mostly XFL, with a few cymbals from the original library. I played everything and programmed most of the drums (and tweaked some stuff from the groove library)
I'm still coming to grips with mixing on headphones (sennheisers) and old stereo amp and speakers (pioneer, haha). It's an improvement over past mixes I've done.
Sweet mix and drums.How do u get the song to be downloaded and playing in my Windows Media Player?It sounds so much better.Is a payed site u have to join in order to use this feature of listening to one's song?
Thanks for info.Was wondering this song recorded in high end studio?with real guitars and amps?And BFD just for drums?If not I have to say wow,and what program/plug-ins/effects for recording?Any UAD-2 Plug-ins?Just sounds so polished and ready for distruting for sales.
I didn't use any real amps. I was living with the folks at the time and can't record a mesa dual rectifier at home. Even if not for the noise factor all the rooms sound like crap. I used amplitube 2 modern rectifier settings which I played around with till I thought they sounded decent. The bass was done with guitar rig 2 using a combination of the ampeg looking speaker (fridge) and the swr looking 8 speaker thing. I have a digi002 which I plugged the guitars straight into. I'm not sure if a DI would improve the sound as I don't own one so I'm curious if anyone reckons I should use one.
Anyway, that's all off the top of my head. As much as it's the best sounding mix I've done so far I can still pick plenty that I'm not totally happy with. It also happens to be the last thing I've done in a long while. I really should get onto doing something new.