Re-amping

Re-amping Explained...

Re-amping is taking a raw clean guitar track that has been recorded, feeding the signal through an amp and recording the results. This is great for studio engineers because it means we can change our minds about a guitar sound later on in the production process. It is also great for clients on lower budgets or who are unable to record loud amplifiers themselves. All you need to record a good DI track is a good interface, recording program and DI box. There are many on the market but for quality you can rely on I can personally recommend Radial and Little Labs DI boxes. Availble amps: Kemper Profiling Amp, Peavey 6505, Peavey Valveking, Rocktron Prophesy, Rocktron Chameleon, Bogner Uberschall, Mesa Dual Rectifier, Laney Tony Iommi Head, Engl Savage 120, Marshall JCM 800, Various Vintage Tube Amp heads, 4x12 Oversized Mesa cabinet with Celestion V30s, 4x12 Cabinet with Celestion Greenbacks, 2x12 Custom Cabinet with Celestion V30s, 2x12 Cabinet with G12T-75s. Mic options, 3 SM57s, Neumann TLM-103, 2 Rode NT5s and Rode NT4 X/Y Stereo mic (Great as an ambient room mic).