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Discussion in 'Other Amps' started by Rezamatix, Mar 26, 2020 at 7:39 PM.
Dialed In something thick and nasty.
Take that ribbon an put it six feet back centered. Dial that metered in, and let's hear that.
thats definitely a sound! ALOT of the ROOM in that sound. Its 9 inches back now and its a nice blend with the 57. I can do a ROOM version if you really want.
There's a book called Mixing with the Mind where there is a concept described when capturing cabs. The author described the cab beaming out forward a large flame. And sounds can be very pleasing at the "tip of the flame". There is a point where the speakers converge, and you position the mic right there in that spot. Imagine a pretty big flame. Each speaker is a source, and the tip of the whole flame is a few feet in front of the cab, and right in the center of the 4 speakers (if we're talking about a 4x12). I wouldn't be able to tell you exactly what distance it is, but when I do that I put the amp on max volume to hear the hiss, and with headphones I move it around until I find the fullest sound of all 4 speakers at that approximate distance
I don't know if @junk notes is wanting to hear that, but I am curious to hear the tip of that flame.
Cool sounds, by the way.
Thats some meaty tone. Sounds awesome.
What speakers are in the cab ? Front loaded or rear ?
Sounds killer as always man. 2020 is the year I'm finally pulling the trigger on a Wizard. I know you've had/have a few Wizards, and my playing style is pretty similar to yours. I'm leaning toward the MCII, but of the ones you've tried...what's your go-to?
This new MTL MK2 is the best Wizard I have played to date. And thats alot of wizards!
A Royer 121 and a 57 are a dream combo imo !!!
This Wizard sounds BAD ASS !
Love it !!!!
im gonna say the Mesanovic sounds better than the Royer by a considerable amount.
I have no experience with that brand , sounds interesting ?
Been doing some reading .... sorry , don't mean to side track this thread .
This piece of equipment is helping get those nice Meaty tones !!!
Do you have a second SM57 that is beat up or can mod?
I have many.
Its not a side track to discuss the recording tools. Thats the mic. great company out of detroit. Really high quality builds.
Alrighty, now look up how to remove that mini transformer. Put it back together and record the same exact way. Dial in input level. How does it sound?
I like what you've got dialed in on this one better than the Bogner.
Or just get an SM77, which is a transformerless SM57 in a shorter body