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PostSubject: How do I get a great electric guitar tone on my ECS-410 Everest?   Fri Feb 27, 2009 1:31 pm

Electric Guitar Direct: turn master output level and drive level all the way down to get initial levels
TouchPatch: Pre-Dyn-EQ-DriveBus
Preamp:
Gain around 12:00, so orange LEDS just start lighting at loudest notes
Pad 0, polarity +, 48V off, HPF off, output Tube
Send another output from preamp to record another track dry, without distortion
Dynamics:
Tight mode
Gain +13.5
Threshold 5, so 1-3 lights on meter light
attack 1 and release 1 (watch LEDs to just peaks are caught)
EQ try -2dB @ 100 Hz, shelving
+5dB @ 1.6KHz
+3dB @ 5KHz shelving
DriveBus:
tube mode, drive 10, set output to recording or playing level
(Variations: send -10dB output from preamp to live guitar amp for monitoring; dynamics to classic mode for less compression, lower threshold a bit; adjust drive and output l level on DriveBus to get different levels of drive and try both tube and solid state modes to hear different distortion types.)
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