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one of the things i love about industrial metal is that there really arnt many rules in recording. Ugly and fucked up is actually more attractive than proper recording methods in that senerio.
This is true, that being said I do want to learn to record "correctly". I really dig the sounds I hear coming this and other forums nowadays.
 

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This is true, that being said I do want to learn to record "correctly". I really dig the sounds I hear coming this and other forums nowadays.
If you dont mind, what other bands do you listen to in this vein? I'd love to find more.

I'd also suggest a copy of izotope ozone 4. you can really polish off your guitars, drums, bass, and whole mix with it. great program
 

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If you dont mind, what other bands do you listen to in this vein? I'd love to find more.

I'd also suggest a copy of izotope ozone 4. you can really polish off your guitars, drums, bass, and whole mix with it. great program
My drummer has isotope, and I'm thinking (assuming we master it ourselves) we'll probably be using that heavily eventually. These are still works in progress and parts of it (re:guitars) could very well be re-recorded depending on my whim, and the feedback we receive.

As far as bands, there was an industrial metal thread either here or on metalguitarist recently that had the bands I've been listening too lately (like Scar Symmetry, Sybreed, etc.) I couldn't find the link but it's fairly recent. I'd say we're a bit dirtier than those bands, but I'd kill for their production chops.
 
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