Check out the "I, Dementia" cover I did together with a friend from a polish sevenstring forum and tell me what do you think.
[VIDEO]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S2Kq3WGTTDE]Whitechapel - I, Dementia. Vocal and guitar cover - YouTube[/VIDEO]
Fairly simple song which is some kind of neurotic dream.
What makes it huge it's a drop-G tuning and slow tempo.
Since I don't have a 7 or 8 string anymore, I decided to use my old Epiphone SG Custom Prophecy EX to make it alive.
Before that I switch positions of EMG81/85 pickups so now in a bridge position you can hear EMG85.
It's less tight but more ballsy and I think in this song is more important.
Guitars was recorded via Roland Quad Capture into Cubase.
I double tracked rhythm guitars: first with EMG81 and second with EMG85. Then blend them about in a way that EMG85 is my main sound.
Guitars are processes with Peavey Revalver.
Drums are SD 2.0 and bass is generated by Spectrasonics Trilian.
I also use A LOT Toontrack EZmix 2 VST plugin because it's great for fast and efficient work.
Vocals was recorded using Audiotechnica ATM33a.