Band rehearsal recording

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roaldz
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Today I thought of adding some extra effects to one of our songs.
We recorded our rehearsal sessions with my Presonus Firepod.
Used:
Gatt Audio DK-5 drum mic kit (WO Snare, that was a sennh. gooseneck, don't know the type, and WO the overhead, those were Beyer Dynamic, don't know the type).
Sennheiser MD421 on rhythm guitar (Boss GT-6 with session CAB.) (panned left)
SM58 on Lead guitar (Line6 Spider2) (panned right).
Bass is Warwick amp via DI-out.

We don't have a name, we don't name our songs. If we have to play a gig, a name will follow.

Again, it's just some rehearsal session, nothing big like a demo or something.

Plugins used intensively:
Calf Compressor (LV2)
Three band Parametric with Shelves (ladspa)
TAP Tubewarmth
Barry's Satan Maximizer
Gate
Calf Flanger
External Behringer Virtualizer pro DSP2024P
And offcourse to squish this baby... JAMin:)

http://rapidshare.com/files/226328747/nr1-fx.mp3.html

please tell me what you think

Roald

roaldz
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Oh yeah, I used PMC DB1+ for monitoring:)

linuxdsp
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There seems to be a limit to the number of downloads allowed for your mp3, but if you want more effects to try out, have a look at

http://www.linuxdsp.co.uk

These are JACK applicaitons, free to download, you will have to use qjackctl or the routing options in ardour to patch them into the outputs or make an insert on a bus / channel.