Here you can see the artist listed on Kemper's endorsed artists which include... more
Here you can see the artist listed on Kemper's endorsed artists which includes a quote from Mitch stating:
“Search no further, the wait is over. The Kemper Profiling Amplifier was arrived as the answer to our prayers. The sonic DNA approach has found the missing link to what all guitar amp simulators have tried so hard to achieve. The kemper sounded so close to my original guitar sound that it was scary. Imagine the possibilities with multitracking, not to mention the 1,000's of presets already available online. The most amazing thing was the post equalizer settings, which opened the door to possibilities of improving the tone with more bass, mid, treble, presence, and most importantly, GAIN!!! It’s even better now than the tone I was striving for! This unit will revolutionize the recording and home recording industry. It literally is "plug and play" at this point! What are you waiting for, this will change the future, this will change the way things are done, and rewrite the book for the 21st century. If only it had been this easy all along. The benefits outweigh the cost of the genius invention ten fold. Take advantage before the rest of the world does!”
The Warwick & Framus blog have posted up a guide to achieving Mitch Harris o... more
The Warwick & Framus blog have posted up a guide to achieving Mitch Harris of Napalm Death’s crushing sound.
“On your Framus Dragon amp first select the Lead Channel (Harris likes to dish out plenty of drive and distortion) then tune into the following settings: LEAD CHANNEL SETTINGS Gain – 5 o’clock (yes, ALL the way up!) Presence – Roughly 1:30 (Between 7th & 8th notch) Volume – 12 o’clock (On 6th notch) Bass – 3 o’clock (the 9th notch) Middle – 11 o’clock (5th notch) Treble – 2 o’clock (8th notch) Effect Mix – 7 o’clock (1st notch) Deep – Between 8/9 o’clock (Between notches 2&3) Master 1 – Between 10/11 o’clock (Between notches 4&5) Master 2 – 12 o’clock (6th notch)”