27 Aug AC/DC Tone: a continuos search. Part 1, Eleven Rack attempts
Posted at 01:00h in Blog, Gear Reviews, Gear Tutorials, Premium, Reviews, Software Amp & Recording Modelers, Tutorials 66 CommentsUPDATE: I changed a lot on this patch, after listening to it I think it sucked majorly. Lack of higher frequencies and not enough "middle crunch". Here it is to you again with a few changes. The equalization curve is VERY important, even for YOUR setup! Please listen to the clip. Yes I know, all of us are striving to achieve AC/DC tone or for that matter, classic rock tone. Therefore, please give it a listen before you continue reading (soundpatch version 2.0): Angus Tone on Back in Black from SoloDallas - Attempt Since this is an extremely long subject that I intend to treat as in depth as humanly possible (many, many considerations are needed here) I will just narrow the matter here and just talk about my current settings on the Eleven Rack (a piece of hardware built into a rack shape by Digidesign - Avid Digital - that "models" guitar recording) to achieve decent AC/DC (Angus', but it could apply to Malcolm's as well) tone.