Old 12-02-2015, 08:43 AM   #1
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Default My new You Tube video

Finally,a new You Tube video.Its been a long time.
This one is made for demo/preview purpose for VST plugin Audified Multidrive Pedal.
Hope you`ll like it.

If you think I`ve done a good job please hit like button,comment or subscribe on my You Tube channel.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9sjHsxTxHLk

In making video I used:

DAW: Reaper

Guitar: Music Man JP7 (modified with Fokin pickups)
Amp: Scuffham Amps S-Gear
Cabs: Torpedo Wall of sounds III

Bass guitar: Ibanez SRX 500 active 4 string
Amp:Plugin Alliance Bassdude

Drums: SSD4

+Various plugins for mixing

Best Regards,
Dado.
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Old 12-02-2015, 09:11 AM   #2
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a Brian May treble booster? wow! how close to the original?
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Old 12-02-2015, 09:51 AM   #3
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a Brian May treble booster? wow! how close to the original?
Well,there are other pedals in the video.

To be the honest I`m not 100% sure how close they sound,but one thing is for sure,they captured the essence and how pedal reacts.
I tested few treble boosters on various amp sims,and freeware once.This one works the best for me.

The trick to get a good tone with this pedal is to make very organic warm clean tone at beginning of amp breakup.Then push it in front and boost the signal and shape that precise blues/rock tone.

Many musicians from 60/70 used Treble Booster so it should help to get those kind of tones too,not just Brian May.For his style you need very good Vox amp sim to awoke that chime and warm at the same time tone.
Hope it helps.

As I said do not forget to click like etc,if you enjoyed the video.
I worked hard to make it happen in my free time.
At the end of video there is dry/wet preview so you can hear exactly how pedal works.

Cheers.
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