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Old 02-06-2007, 02:07 PM
Light Wing Light Wing is offline
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Default How Do YOU Get STRIKE!, Xpand, Etc To Kick Butt?

Like this....just a little something I'm working on...


Guitars and drums...Hammond B-3 is XPand! and done with Axiom 49 Keyboard.

Rhythm Guitars are Rickenbacker 330 6 String...

Lead and "Line" Guitars are my Red Les Paul Custom...with Mini HB's

Drums are STRIKE! On ONE Stereo Instrument Track...all drum setup,
mic positioning, effects, and mixing done inside STRIKE! intself.

All Guitars direct out of my '80's SR&D Rockman Mini Rack.

Done in Protools M-Powered ...using a Dell PowerEdge 830 Server
converted over to a DAW...3.2Ghz Dual Core, 4GB RAM, 2 @ 250GB
SATA DrivesM-Audio Delta 66 interface with a breakout box.

Here's another one...a little Hybrid tossed in for Gravy.


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