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    Quote Originally Posted by Leon View Post
    Roger had a TriAxis and 2:90, and only ran one channel on the TriAxis, the Mk2C+ channel, with G/T/M/B/P settings at 10/10/0/10/10
    Well I need to hear that on a Triaxis now
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    To be fair, it sounded pretty balls awesome... as long as he wasn't playing with anyone else. As soon as the rest of his band came in, it was just a wall of noise

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leon View Post
    To be fair, it sounded pretty balls awesome... as long as he wasn't playing with anyone else. As soon as the rest of his band came in, it was just a wall of noise
    He also had a rack full of EQs to suck out even more mids

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    Quote Originally Posted by eleven59 View Post
    He also had a rack full of EQs to suck out even more mids
    Yeah, this - he hit the midrange further with a parametric EQ, as well.

    I remember it recorded pretty well from the clips I heard, but they might have been without drums and bass. I can't see them cutting live, though.
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    To be fair, mushy non-cutting tones can be quite pleasant too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Divebombs View Post
    To be fair, mushy non-cutting tones can be quite pleasant too.
    Not when you're trying to play thrash

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leon View Post
    Not when you're trying to play thrash
    Oh NOW I see what the problem is hahahah

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