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Reaper LE456 LeCab Impulse Response G12K

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Published on Mar 6, 2011

NEW: Some people are looking for the g12k ir I used here.. so you can download it, a few ir's I made (a DAR FBM 100, high/ med presence Engl Savage, and a few other I like (all freeware) here: http://tinyurl.com/impulseresponse

I have no idea how I set it up Lecab anymore, my old ssd crashed and I lost the project I'm fairly certain I high passed to around 100Hz, and low passed to around 8KHz and lightly boosted with ReaEQ around 500Hz and 1Khz (for the weakness of the inf pups)

First song I've recorded and mixed.. I think it sounds pretty good!

Obviously I wasn't playing in the vid.

Signal chain for rythm guitar... other guitars were mixed a little different:
Ibanez RG321 - Zoom G2.1U (no effects) - reaper(64) - tse808 - le456 - lecab - g12K IR - Audacity (for export as MP3.. didn't have the 64bit mp3 encoder for reaper)

Upon learning more things, I realize I should have compressed the drums waaaaay more than I did, added a low pass filter on the guitars, adjusted some of the levels, thrown in a pitch shifted guitar for bass to fill that gap, and just basically played better...

Not terrible for a first effort, but not bad I don't think either.

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