So now you guys can shut up that I never use my steel string anymore. :p
Honestly, now that I'm a classical guitar major in college, I've been trying to utilize the instrument in my covers to improve and in turn ended up using it for every acoustic for the past almost two years. I promise I'll us it more and I've got covers in mind that I plan on using it in. Anyways, I had some complaints that I was doing too much Pokémon, and where I do not believe in such a thing as that, I decided to skip a Pokémon cover last month to keep it interesting. Lake of Rage has got to be the happiest song in the world with rage in the title and I felt like it's been a while since I've done a happier tune.
This week I tried out using the Bogner amp on the Pod HD Pro for my leads and I'm kinda digging it. I'm thinking of actually switching amps for my rhythm tones since I'm having no luck with the amp model that seemed to work on the X3 better for that purpose. Mixwise I've been blown away at how much better these last few videos sound compared to my older stuff, mainly from the beginning of Year 3 and I really gotta say it's a big part the new Pod and a few other mixing habits I've been trying to change. Much more controlled high and low end in these videos and still trying to let the mids let their dick hang out. See ya next time!
Oh, and I hope you enjoyed this slap happy ending, because next week I'm hitting up a scary game to metal medleyize in honor of Halloween!
Arranged and Performed by: FamilyJules7x Composed by: Junichi Masuda
Rhythm Guitars: Gibson Explorer Lead Guitars: Schecter Damien FR Bass Guitar: Ibanez Soundgear SR405QM Drums: Toontrack Superior Drummer Orchestra: Programmed with Eastwest Quantum Leap Symphonic Orchestra
Interface: Line 6 Pod HD Pro Mixer: Yamaha MG102c Microphone: Audio-Technica AT2020 Audio Software: Mixcraft 6.1 Mastering Software: Izotope Ozone 5 Video Software: Adobe Premiere Pro Video Camera: Canon Eos Rebel Ti1