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Old 09-23-2019, 10:36 AM   #7
Dork Lard
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That's going to be a little different. Mick Gordon's process is pretty involved - he's an experienced pro and will have a number of tricks up his sleeve to get an interesting timbre. To say nothing of experimentation.

This is a good watch. Not a tutorial by any stretch, but very interesting:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U4FNBMZsqrY

It's been a while since I watched it, but as I recall he was running sounds through 4 compressors in parallel or something, plus doing some other crazy stuff.
oh, had no clue he ..."had a name". Thought surely he was just some youtuber who remixed the doom tracks with more punch.
That's a pretty fkng interesting video there, thanks for sharing. I'm 15min in but I'm going to watch the whole thing.

I'd LOVE to have that massive synth sound, where you're practically unsure if it's just a mere VST or a freakin 8 string amped up guitar.
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