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Neil.

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About Neil.

  • Birthday 09/26/1987

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  • Biography
    Irish, student of Architecture. Play guitar, hockey, tag rugby.
  • Location
    Ireland; Dublij & Waterfodd
  • Interests
    losing boats, building guitar effects, architecturing a more angled future for everyone.
  • Occupation
    Architect (student)
  • Gender
    Male
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  • Favourite Bands
    There's always a need to put Radiohead in this box.
    Also,
    White Stripes, Racontours, Interpol, Sigur Ros, Foo Fighters, Franz Ferdinand
  • Favourite Films
    Transformers 2, The Matrix, Saving Private Ryan, Superbad, Juno, The Taking of Pelham 123, The Pianist
  • Favourite TV Shows
    The IT Crowd, The Inbetweeners, Skins, Misfits, Top Gear
  • Favourite Books
    Mark Magazine
  • Muse Concerts Attended / Attending
    Oxegen 2007
    Marlay Park 2008
    The o2 Dublin 2009

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  1. Happy birthday

  2. Actually mate, tell me what you think is wrong with it and I might show it to my electrician friend.

     

    Thanks

  3. :awesome: that was quite a good run.
  4. spiderman teamwork wins the internet every time.

  5. the theory is, take a range of notes from bass, recorded clean, then use all sorts of fun VST's in ableton to make it more ridiculous. For example, I've one called Saussage Fattener, which is a multi-band saturator. Basically makes everything sound a little compressed, and very saturated. Fun little tool though. I've the Guitar Rig VST for Ableton too. I took a square synth and put it into that the other day. Squarewave + marshall plexi preset = wait, what?

  6. I would say that if you get a decent bass guitar, you could record directly to line in. Then you could re-amp it (analogue or digital) to your liking. Guitar Rig has some okay-ish bass amps, but nothing beats the real thing imho. A nice pre-amp such as the aguilar tone port could work really well in a studio to recreate an amp sound. A selection would give you more tonal abilities (but that's more something for chedda innit?)

  7. Wow, that good a recording from a toanport? pretty decent! I've been trying to find a decent clean bass sample pack. They all suck so far. I'm trying to find someone with a decent bass setup, or at least something relatively ok for recording to see if they'd record something very very very simple for me that I could use to make bass lines.

  8. Check out recent purchases; that was just a line in recording of my bass! Have to get something more decent done though...

  9. I was out and about when you spotted the Singing in the Rain thing, but thanks for that. I'm not great on film names, but thats been bugging me for ages. I knew it definitely wasn't the earlier suggestion of "porn." Thanks bud!

  10. Totes okay. You didn't get a thread, so it only seemed fair :awesome:

  11. hahahaha! You can never have too much spidey!

     

    Did some one say spideybirthday?

     

    Thanks for the cake. :) <3

  12. aaww <3

     

    That totally made my day. Cheers buddy :)

  13. Dammit, Sammy stole my thunder. :mad: Oh well, here's a cake instead.

    spiderman-cake.jpg

     

    :happy:

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