metalheart wrote: iain_morland wrote:
Hmm... there isn't any actual phase cancellation (as Andrew points out) but I wonder if the timing variations in the double-tracked round robins don't suit what you're trying to achieve.
Out of curiosity, is this a bit closer to the stereo image for which you're aiming?https://dl.dropbox.com/u/4833381/Sound.mp3
hi Iain yes it is..with dry guitars i haven't problems,this phasey sound appears whith guitar amps and with shreddage 2 only.
It sounds like what you want is something a bit tighter than Shreddage 2's double-tracked RRs. It seems that the amp effect is magnifying the difference in attacks between the guitars, which makes the timing feel loose.
But the good news is that what you want is still doable with Shreddage 2
Here's how I made that clip:
- I took only the left channel of your DI track
- Pasted it into both channels of a new stereo track
- Sent the track through a doubler plugin (I used Waves Doubler, but I guess there are other tools that can get the same result) with these settings:
- Original signal panned hard left
- Doubled signal panned hard right with a 31.1ms delay, detuned by +6 cents, with a modulation depth of 1 cent at 1.2Hz rate.
- Adjusted the levels of the Original and Doubled signal so they sounded balanced.
- Sent this through a stereo guitar amp.
Hope this helps!
If you have any problems reproducing this let me know, and I will run your whole DI track through the Doubler and upload it for you.