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    1. Cabinet
      I totally agree! These things are awesome, I was most concerned with accuracy and these things not only boosted it but gave me a much more articulate attack on the string. I don't think I'll ever be able to use plastic again.
    2. Cabinet
      Did your Brossard picks arrive yet? Mine just came into the mail today. They're incredibly thick and the attack is amazing!
    3. Cabinet
      That's cool, the picks look really good and all of them seem to get very good reviews. I wanted to get something a little cheap since this is my first time buying them. Would you happen to know the thickness of the picks? I'm hoping the horn is really sturdy since I don't use flexible picks very often.
    4. signalgrey
      nice dude, i loved building my board.
    5. signalgrey
      i actually run it infront of the amp. At home i put it throught the loop in my AC30, but at venues i dont bother with the effects loop at all. I prefer the way the synth-y sounds sound when they are distorted instead of the reverse. There are lots of routing options though for the M13 where you can put analog pedals in the mix. pretty cool but i havent bothered. too much wiring hahaha.
    6. signalgrey
      ive actually really been liking it. There are a tons of really usable and experimental options on it. I plan on using it in conjunction with my new rig and analog pedal board. gonna be a lot to carry though hahaha.
      i decided to get a DAR Forza.
    7. teqnick
      I live in Chicago, so I avoided shipping, but I believe it's ~50 for shipping. Go ahead and email them at . They respond pretty quickly.
    8. Taylor2
      Now, you will need to set your DAW to have individual tracks for each of the busses.
      I don't know how to do it in Logic, however it should automatically do it.
      At least it does in Reaper, and it's really easy in Cubase.

      Then, with all the individual tracks, you can do more editing if needed.
    9. Taylor2
      Okay, basically, let say you are working with the 3 snare mics.
      In the SD2.0 mixer itself, right underneath the faders for Top, Bottom and 1176, there is 2 boxes. One of them will say Out 1 or Out 2. It will be the bottom box.

      Click on it, and it will give you a bunch of options.
      You want to scroll down to Bus 1.
      Do the same for all 3 snare mics.

      What that does, is send all of the sounds to Bus 1.
      That is located to the right after all of the ambient mics.

      What THAT does, is group all of the mics together.

      I ALWAYS do this. Add compression to all of them and so on.
      Usually add some high end.

      Let me know if that works out for you.
    10. Taylor2
      Let me know if you have any problems with it!
    11. cataclysm_child
      Mine has piezo (installed by adam/elysian), carvin doesn't offer it on their 7-strings -_-
      You can just ask for a sandwiched body and you'll get it. You can't send it back when you do special orders like that though.
    12. Taylor2
      Right on!

      Yeah I did end up boosting the high mids of the guitars a bit.
      I posted a new version, check it out, let me know what you think?
    13. Taylor2
      Let me know how you like it!

      They are one in the same actually.
      But I'll end up buying someday.
    14. Taylor2
      I actually have used Cubase for the last 4 years.

      And as of last week I switched to Reaper.

      Cubase was good for the most part. But it was heavy on resources.
      So I switched to Reaper. While being completely different, and it will take some time to get used to, but it's been awesome.

      I've never tried Logic, didn't particularly like Pro Tools.
    15. Taylor2
      Good call!
      Guitar pro is a good program to have, I've written out songs on it that I couldn't normally play, then been able to practice to them.
    16. Taylor2
      It's true.

      A lot of the time, people will post .wav files as well, and that's how Trigger operates I think.
    17. Taylor2
      Also, you can't go wrong with either Trigger or Drumagog.
      However, Trigger comes with SSD samples, which are actually quite great.

      Chances are, if you've heard a metal album in the last little while, there is some Slate drums on it.
      Anything you hear from Joey Sturgis is all Slate drums.
    18. Taylor2
      Right on mate! I've had Superior for about 9 months or so.
      It's an awesome program and once you figure out how to get it running, you're golden.

      Just FYI, because I had some problems setting it up, there are a bunch of good videos on Youtube to get you set up.
    19. BryanFTWL
      Haha yeah, the power amp is what will make or break (your back) in a rack.
    20. BryanFTWL
      I know how you feel. I just don't care at how bulky racks can get. I've seen 6 space racks weigh around 90lbs.
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