USB rec out direct from the Blues Cube back panel...
Reverb is the onboard reverb of the BC too...
Kinda perfect imitation of the famous Fender Spring Reverb...
Recorded on a dedicated Asus laptop running AVLinux. Daw is Ardour 5.x.
The mono track is duplicated and then "disaligned"...
This gives a sort of "delay" giving a kind of "backward feedback" to the reverb.
The magic here is that you can feel some "space" but you can't hear the "delay"... Too short!
This idea comes from the calf reverb plugin, but since I already was using the amp reverb,
I wouldn't use the plugin on top of that, however I feel I don't need it actually!
Next time I'm planning to record USB output on one track + a front mic on another... just to experiment
Add Now the Epi LesPaul Standard (Lollar Imperial Low Wind pups)
Same laptop, same daw an AKG C414 + Sennheiser e609 + the Focusrite Scarlett 18i20.
Same amp and its fabulous onboard reverb, clean channel, 45 W output power selected
(0,5 W, 15 W, 45 W, Max available).
Both mics on their stands, about one foot away from the speaker (Sennheiser a bit closer),
20° V positionned, AKG in a lower position (10 inches below the Senn).
Two mono (96khz) mixed with Ardour (no plugin etc.), downgrade to mp3/320 with audacity.
giging to night