Dt25 In The Studio?
Posted 25 July 2013 - 02:22 PM
I've not recorded in an actually studio, but I have recorded it with a mic before. I liked the results. I'm not a huge fan of the SM57, but it should give OK results. I usually use a Sennheiser E609 to mic my amps, but at home I've also had good results using an MXL ribbon mic I have.
"It is not our duty to understand the arbitrary, meaningless dictates of machines"
- Don Norman in The Design of Everyday Things
Posted 25 July 2013 - 02:49 PM
For studio recording, have you tried the HD500 itself (usb connection) with no DT25? Set the HD500 Output Mode to Studio, use the Full (not Pre) amp models, select your choice of mic/cab simulations and see if you like the results. It may not match the HD500/DT25 tone, but unless you can play that DT25 at loud volume while recording, and use a really good mic, the HD500 alone might be comparable or even preferable.
.... John Lennon
Posted 25 July 2013 - 04:10 PM
Posted 27 July 2013 - 01:08 PM
Update: I tried out a Sennheiser e609 and things look promising. If I get a chance I will post a sound clip. So far I've just tried on my JCM800 patch, trying to keep the sound simple. I really need to try this out at my friend's studio so I can sit in the control room with the POD and he can move the mic around in the other room.
Posted 27 July 2013 - 06:27 PM
I love the look of the Tone Tank -- that would be handy to have!
Here is my sample miking the DT25 with my e609. Patch is a JCM800. There is some eq added because I used a Weber attenuator and I needed to add some highs back in.
Posted 24 August 2013 - 11:26 AM
Update! I was playing around with the e609 miking the DT25 again, this time with a patch based on the Brit 75 amp:
I recorded this in my bathroom in the basement, using a new song idea. Here's an excerpt of how it sounded:
I'm pretty happy with the results so far. I've been using Pod Farm, and this beats it in terms of sound, though Pod Farm is quite versatile and easier to set up.