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Author Topic: Can the NiteFly do metal?  (Read 1857 times)

Offline mightypudge

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Can the NiteFly do metal?
« on: September 02, 2006, 02:03:44 PM »
Darn straight!

Here is a very short clip I did today. It's a small section of a tune called "Breeding Ground" from my upcoming metal masterpiece. Recorded straight into Logic Pro. The only effect is the amp sim which is a Logic plugin. Sounds thick with good speakers.

http://idisk.mac.com/mightypudge/Public/breed.mp3

Sorry for the noise. I didn't even bother cleaning up the track. I'm so lazy.
 

Can the NiteFly do metal?

Offline Musicman1

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Can the NiteFly do metal?
« Reply #1 on: September 03, 2006, 12:47:14 PM »
Nice job. Sounds good to me.

Musicman1

2005 Parker P44
2002 EB MM Axis Sport
1984 Custom made boutique Strat
1977 Guild D40 NT
1976 Gibson 335 Custom
Wide variety of amps and effects

Musicman1's current arsenal includes:
2007 EB MM JP6, Mystic Dream, piezo, matching headstock, dot inlays
2005 Parker P44, trans red
2002 EB MM Axis Sport  trans gold, rosewood fingerboard, hum/hum, vintage trem, matching headstock
1984 Custom made boutique Strat
1977 Guild D40 NT
1976 Gibson 335 Custom in sunburst
A variety of "tube free", absolutely non-boutique and completely replaceable amps and effects