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Old 06-19-2009, 11:44 AM
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Default Re: Metal sound engineers I need your help!

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Originally Posted by eddiehimself View Post
i think this might be partly to do with it. It obviously feels a lot better to be able to record the whole take as a band but really it's a lot easier to get a good sound out of a recording when all the parts are recorded seperately simply because of better isolation (when pro bands record in studios as a band they usually will have the guitar amps in another room to the drums and do the main vocals seperately in order to achieve the same sort of isolation that you would find had everything been recorded seperately) ...
Unless you're doing something like a jazz or folk recording where the live vibe is the whole point. But yes, I agree.

I'm not an expert engineer but I wouldn't mind hearing the tracks as well. Maybe you could zip em up into one file and use yousendit or rapidshare? You can then PM the link to all of us here who responded.

In any case, best of luck man.
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