Yes, these sound great. The second one sounds muffled a bit. I am trying to picture what you are describing for #2.vanhalen5150 wrote:Here is about 20 seconds of the intro to YRGM. I dont have soundclick fiqured out yet so I have to keep these small to download.
Blue Yeti YRGM1 is the mice pointed in towards the center but off axis a bit. Ibanez/Greco destroyer with stock Maxon 2000. Split into L/R tracts with Audacity.
Blue Yeti YRGM2 is the mic pointed out towards the cone. Unidirectional. Ibanez/Greco destroyer with stock Maxon 2000. Split into L/R tracts with Audacity. I also turned the mics gain down a little to see what it would do. Its low, so you need to turn it up.
Blue Yeti YRGM3, I went back to the Franky with the 12K Stewmac. I pointed the front of the mic directly at the center and the left side of the mice off axis towards the middle of the cone. I turned on the mics "stereo" function. Keep in mind these mics have three mic heads all in different directions. This automatically splits the tracts into stereo on the screen. I doubled it L/R, added a little delay to the right and decreased the right volume a bit. I'm standing off to the side of the cab and you can still hear my pick. These mics are so sensitive its unbelievable. this tract is much better with headphones.
Guitar is straight in. No EQ'ing whatsoever. The 3rd take is really acting like 2 mics together. Kinda cool eh?
Getting better at this, so it takes a bit of learning to record something decent.
What speakers are these again?