Great tutorial on recording heavy guitars

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  1. atoragon

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    Great article, except for most of the time I was reading I had to double-take every sentence because I have NO IDEA what he's saying. It's hard enough for an idiot like me to understand what boosting/cutting different frequencies does to your tone/mix without someone using so many weird metaphors and similes that you end up wondering if he's invented a new language.
     
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    looks like some good info, but really put off by all the rambling and clutter.

    seems difficult to process.
     
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    :scratch: Is there an echo in here?

    You're both bang on the money though
     
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    lol i saw this and thought i had deja vu
     
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    Good good but the dude who wrote this is annoying as hell.
     
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    I have to say I kinda like it with the weird language and all, I think it is an enjoyable read as well as informative. It's actually nice to read some more down to earth english/american as most of the english I have been reading for the last many years has been academic. (My native language is not english).


    ### echo ###

    I have to say I kinda like it with the weird language and all, I think it is an enjoyable read as well as informative. It's actually nice to read some more down to earth english/american as most of the english I have been reading for the last many years has been academic. (My native language is not english).


    ### more echo ###

    I have to say I kinda like it with the weird language and all, I think it is an enjoyable read as well as informative. It's actually nice to read some more down to earth english/american as most of the english I have been reading for the last many years has been academic. (My native language is not english).
     
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    prlgmnr ...that kind of idea

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    Getting the good information out of this and discarding the rest is a lesson in itself - in a way it's just like the process of mixing, innit?
     
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    I haven't gotten past the speaker excursion part lol. There's no seeing through the grill on my cabinet, flashlight or not. And I've been driving myself crazy trying to figure whether or not the speaker is moving without cutting a whole in it.:wallbash:
     

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