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Lordnielsons programs for thy bass and git

Postby lordnielson » Tue Sep 14, 2010 8:51 pm

These are 4 kernel, 96khz programs of various amp and speaker configurations sampled using Lynx Audio L22.

The Selmer_bass programs use my Selmer "Treble 'n Bass" Mk3 50 watt valve amp, thru an unlabled 70s Eminence speaker, into an Sm57/Great River Me1Nv.

Selmer_bass_1 is close miced at the grille.

Selmer_bass_3 is approximately 3.5 meters away.

Selmer_bass_87 is about 5 meters away to the side of the cabinet.

SELMER_TB4 is a close miced guitar program. It uses the Selmer amp thru a 10" Weber "Blue pup" speaker.

You can of course use these for whatever purpose you like. Guitars will "work" thru the bass programs, as will keys, organs etc.

What I wanted to achieve was to get some useable room tones as they can be a challenge ITB.

Eq can help with midrange clarity. Phase and delay can play a big role in getting things to "fit" (or not).

I found that the roomier programs really liked distorted or crunchy sounds.
I also found that none of the programs like spiky sounds. So mind your transients.

Find them here:
http://db.tt/T1yjwns



NB. I'm in Alanya, Turkey on vacation at the moment and the internet connection at our place is not so good so I haven't been able to folder and rar them. I will do that when I get back, but for the moment they are single files.



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Re: Lordnielsons programs for thy bass and git

Postby mertayy » Tue Sep 14, 2010 9:11 pm

First, thanks for the programs :)

Also; I live in İzmir (at aegean sea), not close to where you are now but incase if anything needed just pm me :)
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Re: Lordnielsons programs for thy bass and git

Postby Barendse » Tue Sep 14, 2010 11:05 pm

Thanks Peter. Have a nice holiday!
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Re: Lordnielsons programs for thy bass and git

Postby everbeatz » Wed Sep 15, 2010 12:05 am

all praise to lordnielsen!! ;)

thnx again for your generous contribution!
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Re: Lordnielsons programs for thy bass and git

Postby lordnielson » Wed Sep 15, 2010 7:46 am

Good stuffs !

mertayy wrote:First, thanks for the programs :)

Also; I live in İzmir (at aegean sea), not close to where you are now but incase if anything needed just pm me :)


Thanks Mertayy, that's very kind of you. I must say that everyone here (in Turkey) is extremely friendly and hospitable. A very positive experience. ;)
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Re: Lordnielsons programs for thy bass and git

Postby himhui » Wed Sep 15, 2010 9:53 am

Thanks!

What a useful stuffs!!
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Re: Lordnielsons programs for thy bass and git

Postby mertayy » Wed Sep 15, 2010 3:55 pm

lordnielson wrote:Good stuffs !

mertayy wrote:First, thanks for the programs :)

Also; I live in İzmir (at aegean sea), not close to where you are now but incase if anything needed just pm me :)


Thanks Mertayy, that's very kind of you. I must say that everyone here (in Turkey) is extremely friendly and hospitable. A very positive experience. ;)


hehe yes Turkish people are usually friendly by nature, just be careful not buying stuff thats extremely cheap like perfume and always eat at decent looking places :)
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Re: Lordnielsons programs for thy bass and git

Postby trickster » Fri Sep 17, 2010 5:02 am

These are fantastic. Thanks for sharing them - can't wait to try them out in a mix with the roomy programs.
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Re: Lordnielsons programs for thy bass and git

Postby babiuk » Sun Nov 14, 2010 3:13 pm

Thanks a million!!!!

I didn´t see this post till today and I can not beleive it, I´m looking for a Selmer T&B for years and now at least I can try it virtually.
I used one in studio with my band and it´s perfect for bass and guitars 60s sounds, as guitar amp I find it like than a voxac30 or even better (if you like the kinks or beatles guitar sound).
I´m downloading it so I didn´t try it but I hope this sound like the real one I tried.

Thanks again, I´ll comment something about when I test it.
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Re: Lordnielsons programs for thy bass and git

Postby babiuk » Thu Jul 28, 2011 10:46 pm

I re-take the topic a long time after last post, because now is the time I could spend time in this kind of tasks.
I have been working on surf/instr songs from 60s sounds and I had the chance for trying the selmer program. The results are greats, I used the Selmer TB4 program in bass (recorded itself through a 60s soviet amp) and I found the sound I was looking for. I even tried it in guitars in some tunes with great results too.
You can listen this songs in the link I posted in that post:

http://www.acustica-audio.com/forum/index.php?f=9&t=1799&p=15777&hilit=selmer&rb_v=viewtopic#p15777

Thanks for the Selmer!
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