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If you’re not using impulse responses in your workflow, you’re missing out on an entire world of consistent, accurate sound that you can replicate over and over again. There’s a level of sonic accuracy and detail in a well-captured IR that you’re going to be hard-pressed to find in an amp simulator.
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Electric guitars recorded directly into the computer are more commonplace in the studio than ever before - and for good reason. It’s easier to make edits to a DI track and you can tweak their sound as much as you want (at any point in the mix process).
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Okay, you caught us red-handed… We crushed the hell out of it. Cranked the Slay up to infinity and let it go to town. Fattened it up with a little extra Body and threw to the wolves (disclaimer: no wolves were involved in the making of this song, unfortunately).
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Anyone can throw a limiter on a track, crush the source audio and get a crispy, aggressive sound out of it. It takes a handful of small tweaks around most limiters to get the most out of them – here are a few of our favorite ways to supercharge our limiters for optimal performance:
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