My newest recording with my Eleven Rack and EPSi. Velvet Revolver cover.

Posted by: T.C.Kramer

My newest recording with my Eleven Rack and EPSi. Velvet Revolver cover. - 12/06/15 09:43 PM

Check out my newest recording. Fall to Pieces (Velvet Revolver cover). All guitars and Bass were recorded through my ElevenRack using Singtall presets and my EPSi with Ownhammer cabinet impulses. Let me know what you guys think.

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Posted by: TLTD

Re: My newest recording with my Eleven Rack and EPSi. Velvet Revolver cover. - 12/07/15 11:43 AM

Sounds GREAT!
Posted by: T.C.Kramer

Re: My newest recording with my Eleven Rack and EPSi. Velvet Revolver cover. - 12/07/15 06:45 PM

Thanks. Singtalls presets makes the tone searching fun and relatively easy. I grabbed my Les Paul off the wall and tweaked the Sweet child o mine patch and my tone kinda sounded like Slash...If I only had a top hat and a cigarette.....
Posted by: Ichil

Re: My newest recording with my Eleven Rack and EPSi. Velvet Revolver cover. - 12/09/15 06:21 AM

Well played and the sounds are really good!
Posted by: T.C.Kramer

Re: My newest recording with my Eleven Rack and EPSi. Velvet Revolver cover. - 12/09/15 06:35 AM

Thank you. I appreciate the feedback. Sometimes I get a bit tone deaf while mixing and what I think might sound good really doesn't.
Posted by: singtall

Re: My newest recording with my Eleven Rack and EPSi. Velvet Revolver cover. - 12/09/15 08:50 AM

fantastic job bro! mind if i post that link at my website?
Posted by: jaminjimlp

Re: My newest recording with my Eleven Rack and EPSi. Velvet Revolver cover. - 12/09/15 09:40 AM

sounds great!!!
Posted by: Rushian

Re: My newest recording with my Eleven Rack and EPSi. Velvet Revolver cover. - 12/09/15 09:42 AM

Nice, sounds very live!!
Posted by: T.C.Kramer

Re: My newest recording with my Eleven Rack and EPSi. Velvet Revolver cover. - 12/09/15 10:32 AM

I'm blown away that you like it! Of course you can post it! Thanks for the reply.
Posted by: T.C.Kramer

Re: My newest recording with my Eleven Rack and EPSi. Velvet Revolver cover. - 12/09/15 10:52 AM

Thank you sir. Glad you like it.
Posted by: T.C.Kramer

Re: My newest recording with my Eleven Rack and EPSi. Velvet Revolver cover. - 12/09/15 10:58 AM

Thanks. Most of the response on my recordings come from family and friends so I never really know if it sounds good or not. It's good to here opinions (good or bad) from musicians with an ear for tone.
Posted by: lespauled

Re: My newest recording with my Eleven Rack and EPSi. Velvet Revolver cover. - 12/09/15 12:17 PM

Excellent job!!!
Posted by: T.C.Kramer

Re: My newest recording with my Eleven Rack and EPSi. Velvet Revolver cover. - 12/09/15 04:41 PM

Thanks Lespauled. Much appreciated.
Posted by: DonaldR

Re: My newest recording with my Eleven Rack and EPSi. Velvet Revolver cover. - 12/10/15 06:16 PM

Did you disable pre/post para-eq from Singtall rigs when using your EPSI?
Posted by: T.C.Kramer

Re: My newest recording with my Eleven Rack and EPSi. Velvet Revolver cover. - 12/10/15 07:49 PM

No. Would you recommend it?
Posted by: DonaldR

Re: My newest recording with my Eleven Rack and EPSi. Velvet Revolver cover. - 12/11/15 05:09 PM

Don't know. Singtall presets sound great because of the extensive time he spent fine-tuning pre/post eqs to work with with cab modeling. I just asked to have a point of reference.
Posted by: T.C.Kramer

Re: My newest recording with my Eleven Rack and EPSi. Velvet Revolver cover. - 12/11/15 06:25 PM

Thatsba great question. Inever thought of it that way My thinking was that the pre and post amp eqing he did was tightening up and reducing the fizz from the amp simulator,not the cab sim. I got an idea...... Lets ask him. HEY ROSS!
Posted by: TLTD

Re: My newest recording with my Eleven Rack and EPSi. Velvet Revolver cover. - 12/11/15 09:27 PM

I always find that if there's any kind of lowpass or high end rolloff, you'll have to turn that off becuase of the EQ curve they use on Ownhammer cabinets. I always end up shutting off one of the EQs, or messing around with the highs on the graphic EQ. Rosen Digital IRs are a little easier to work with existing presets, I've found.

Best thing to do in my opinion is to record something and reamp it until it matches the original preset more or whatever recording you're going after, or better yet record some tracks and get your own mix going, then reamp while making changes. So that way, if you like it but know it's a bit "dark" and no longer mix ready, you can still have fun playing with it as is, and worry about EQing (even changing gain with different cabs). Some cabinets actually turn the rig into a higher gain (or lower gain) one. The newer Ownhammer cabinets are even labeled this way now and that helps a lot.
Posted by: singtall

Re: My newest recording with my Eleven Rack and EPSi. Velvet Revolver cover. - 12/12/15 12:15 PM

when using IR's you can turn off the post eq and see what it sounds like. i eq to work with the existing cabinets. adding an external cabinet changes the sound for the most part.

the pre-eq is for tightening up the tone most of the time. sometimes i use it to emulate the distortion response of amps that are not stock on the eleven rack.

there is no right and wrong. turn eq's off/on and find a tone that inspires you to play.
Posted by: T.C.Kramer

Re: My newest recording with my Eleven Rack and EPSi. Velvet Revolver cover. - 12/12/15 01:07 PM

Thanks for the invite. Very helpful.
Posted by: T.C.Kramer

Re: My newest recording with my Eleven Rack and EPSi. Velvet Revolver cover. - 12/12/15 02:18 PM

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