Sister Sin album

Today it’s been a week since we started recording the Sister Sin album… and it’s already now sounding great.
On the drums we used to following setup in our great sounding room.
Kit: DW Performance with new heads tuned by one of the greatest drum techs in Sweden. 22″, 10″, 12″, 14″.
Snare: Chad Smith Signature. We chose from 5 different snares.
Microphones and preamps:
Bass drum:
In, Beta 52–API512
Out, Rode K2–API512
Subkick–Yamaha MLA8
Snare:
Top, SM57–Chandler TG2
Bottom SM57–Chandler TG2
Hihat:
AKG C451–SSL9000
Toms:
Line Audio CM3–API512
Ride:
Sontronics STC2–UA610 mkII
Overhead:
Line Audio CM3–Neve1073
Room:
AKG C414XLII–Focusrite ISA215
Room mono:
Royer 121–API512
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Bass:
We got a really great bass sound. Strandh has a great tone and a great bass as well so that makes it a whole lot easier.
Bass guitar:
Fender Precission American Deluxe
Amp head:
Orange Bass Terror 1000w
Amp cabinet:
Hartke 2×10 XL
Microphones and preamps:
Electro Voice RE20–API512
Rode K2–Neve1073
Pedals:
Tech21 Sansamp (pre)
Roland DS1 (reamped)
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Guitars:
With a guitarist like jimmy it’s a easy to get some serious heavy tones. His technique and timing is amazing.
Guitar:
ESP Les Paul, drop D or C
Heads:
Randall T2
Mesa Boogie Roadking 92
Engl Fireball
Cab:
2×12 with V30 elements
Microphones:
Shure SM57
Royer R121
Neumann U67
Preamp:
Chandler TG2
Reverb:
Bricasti M7 – Gold Plate
All on axis.
jimmy tracking epic guitars – youtube
Stay tuned people.