Voicelive 3 extreme lead guitar sound

  1. #1 by Mick Boswell on 3 Weeks Ago
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    Voicelive 3 extreme lead guitar sound

  2. #2 by Robert Lofgren on 3 Weeks Ago
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    Perhps you can tell us some more about your setup and how the patch is setup?

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  3. #3 by Mick Boswell on 3 Weeks Ago
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    Guitar-voicelive 3 extreme-DB ES503 Column PA

    Patch is AMP=Chunky brit-pre gain 45 post gain -20

    low post 8 mid post 0 high post 6

    low pre -5 mid pre 7 high pre 0

    delay Analog modular feedback 20% level-7

    reverb Hall of fame room Decay 10ms level -7

    comp Subtle tube threshold-30 ratio 16
  4. #4 by Travis Hampton on 3 Weeks Ago
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    wow, that sounds great. just copied it to my set up.
  5. #5 by Musicmadmanharp on 3 Weeks Ago
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    Wow - Killer -

    Greetings from southern California .

    ¿ Where do you hang your hat ?

    ¡ You just kicked my ass !
    That was stunningly great .

    ¿ How'd you capture the audio/video ?

    The audio is killer just killer . More such videos please .

    EZ :

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  6. #6 by Mick Boswell on 3 Weeks Ago
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    Thanks mate,i live just outside of London.

    I used my Sony RX 10 camera for the audio.
  7. #7 by Musicmadmanharp on 3 Weeks Ago
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    - Mick Boswell wrote View Post
    Thanks mate,i live just outside of London.

    I used my Sony RX 10 camera for the audio.
    Killer sounding audio , it's fat as can be on my headphones .

    ¿ Was the camera on axis with the speakers or off set ?

    The results are superior .

    The take of the electric guitar by you Brits is impressively inspiring .

    Thank's for sharing that gem of a rendition you did .

    EZ :

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  8. #8 by Mick Boswell on 3 Weeks Ago
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    The camera was off set,you can see the speaker on the pole to the right of me.
  9. #9 by Musicmadmanharp on 3 Weeks Ago
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    - Mick Boswell wrote View Post
    The camera was off set,you can see the speaker on the pole to the right of me.
    Thank you

    EZ:

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  10. #10 by Olav Røssland on 3 Weeks Ago
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    Thank's for sharing Mick!!

    Did you start from default with....
    - Chunky brit,
    - delay Analog modular,
    - reverb Hall of fame and
    - comp Subtle tube
    ...and only made the adjustments you described?