Fruity Loops Studio: Slayer Guitar Emulator : Fruity Loops Studio Tutorial: Channels

Fruity Loops Studio: Slayer Guitar Emulator : Fruity Loops Studio Tutorial: Channels


I’ve already set up the JCm and the mixer,
now I’m going to describe to you quickly how it is used to make the Slayer sound more realistic,
and here we go. Using the mixer set up that we had discussed in the previous clip, I have
the left, the right and the out with in which I have put a basic effect, like the fruity
chorus. Now, each of these JCM’s are individual and have to be the same if you want the desired
effects in the real guitar set up. They’re on channel A each, and I’m going to put the
drive up all the way on channel A. If you want more drive, you can put it in channel
B and then put it all the way up to ten, and it will be twice as much as channel A. I’m
going to play it to see how it sounds. You can still hear a bit of the clean sound as
much as the drive, so I’m going to put the channel B to illustrate how that sounds. Now,
channel B is really very loud, so what I’m going to do is I’m going to go in to the mixer
and I’m going to lower down the out. This is the channel for which the whole thing is
coming out, even though these are the two channels that Slayer or in, so this will help
mitigate noise. This is just a basic set up for how it sounds when you want to make it
sound more realistic using the JCM, which by the way, you can find through easy Internet
search by using the name JCM 900. Using that, it doesn’t really sound realistic yet, but
more tweaking and more sore of messing around with it to how you want it to sound using
the JCM will easily yield a more realistic sounding guitar.

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