Session - Mattias Tiselius - GET LOUD



Description

Mattias Tiselius is currently the singer and bassist in the duo; “GET LOUD” but he is mostly known from the progressive metal band “The Drake Equation” However, when we invited him to Rocksta sound ranch to try out Soundwoofer, he decided to go back to his roots and play the guitar. We recorded his specific sound, then he shared his thoughts and opinions about the project and Impulse responses.

About GET LOUD

Get loud is a duo founded in 2017,

They recently participated in “P4 Nästa Västmanland” with the song “The Show” that they wrote together with Jonatan Lenvall.

Members

  • Mattias Tiselius - Bass and Vocals
  • Emil Johansson - Guitar

About The Drake Equation

The band was active from 2009 until 2016. They played a progressive metalcore with influences from electronic music and pop. They spent many years on the road and shared stages with bands like; The Haunted, Hardcore superstar, Lillasyster & Adept.

Members

  • Adam Janzi - Drums
  • Dennis 'Kare' Andersson - Vocals
  • Anton Svensson - Bass, Vocals
  • Johan Ryström - Guitar
  • Mattias Tiselius - Guitar, Vocals
  • Emil Johansson - Guitar

Listen

Source:GETLOUD , The Drake Equation

Rigs


Rocksta Reactions Marshall 1960V

This rig was recorded at Rocksta sound ranch and is a part of our reaction series For additional information check out each component


Details

Components

Harley Benton GPA 400 | Power Amp | Harley Benton - GPA 400

Power Amplifier OWNER:Rocksta Sound Ranch

Marshall 1960V | Cabinet | Marshall - 1960V

4x12 Guitar Cabinet OWNER: Rocksta Sound Ranch Marshall Amplification is an English company that designs and manufactures music amplifiers, speaker cabinets, brands personal headphones and earphones, and, having acquired Natal Drums, drums and bongos. It was founded by drum shop owner and drummer Jim Marshall, and is now based in Bletchley, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire. Marshall's guitar amplifiers are among the most recognised in the world. Their signature sound, characterised by sizzling distortion and "crunch," was conceived by Marshall after guitarists, such as Pete Townshend, visited Marshall's drum shop complaining that the guitar amplifiers then on the market didn't have the right sound or enough volume. After gaining a lot of publicity, Marshall guitar amplifiers and loudspeaker cabinets were sought by guitarists for this new sound and increased volume. Many of the current and reissue Marshall guitar amplifiers continue to use vacuum tubes (also called valves in Britain and some other regions), as is common in this market sector. Marshall also manufactures less expensive solid-state, hybrid (vacuum tube and solid state) and modelling amplifiers. Jim was born in London on 29 July 1923 and as a child he suffered with tubercular bones which meant that he spent much of his early years hospitalised to the age of 13. At his father’s suggestion he took up tap dancing to strengthen the bones in his legs and he soon discovered that he had a flair for music. Subsequently Jim took up the drums and by the late 1930’s he was teaching and playing professionally. After over 20 years gigging on the road on 7 July 1962, Jim opened a music store, Jim Marshall and Son, in Hanwell, London. The store sold a variety of musical instruments and attracted many young emerging talents, such as Pete Townshend and Ritchie Blackmore, who were friends of Jim’s drum students. Responding to calls for a new breed of amplifier, Jim and his team worked to produce their own. The first amplifier now known as ‘Number One’ (which is on display at the Marshall factory in Bletchley), attracted 23 orders on its first day in store in September 1962 and would become the first of many JTM45 amps. Marshall went to another level in 1965 when Pete Townshend demanded his sound to be louder. Jim’s solution was the 100 watt Marshall amplifier, the Super 100 head and, to the horror of roadies everywhere, the Marshall 8x12” speaker cabinet. This was too bulky to transport so was replaced by two stacked 4x12” cabs giving rise to the iconic Marshall Stack. Source: Wikipedia, Marshall.com

Microphones


Impulses

Rocksta Reactions Marshall 1960V B5 Left A 230 200 320

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Rocksta Reactions Marshall 1960V B5 Right A 230 200 320

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Rocksta Reactions Marshall 1960V BD300 C 0 0 -36

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Rocksta Reactions Marshall 1960V D11L HL D -8 -5 5 45

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Rocksta Reactions Marshall 1960V D6 D 0 0 -36

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Rocksta Reactions Marshall 1960V Gemini 5 A 0 95 123

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Rocksta Reactions Marshall 1960V NT1-A D 9 5 7

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Rocksta Reactions Marshall 1960V SE4400a C 0 0 3

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Rocksta Reactions Marshall 1960V SM57 A 0 0 0

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Rocksta Reactions Marshall 1960V SM57 A 0 -2 0 45

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Rocksta Reactions Marshall 1960V SM57 B 13 -3 0

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Rocksta Reactions Marshall 1960V SM57 B 4 3 0

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Featured Mixes


Mattias Tiselius - Marshall 1960VB - Balanced

IR Mix of Mattias Tiselius from GET LOUD's Marshall 1960VB 4x12 Cabinet. Recorded with 12 Microphones at Rocksta Sound Ranch for the Soundwoofer Reactions Series.

Downloads: 129

Mattias Tiselius - Marshall 1960VB - Fat

IR Mix of Mattias Tiselius from GET LOUD's Marshall 1960VB 4x12 Cabinet. Recorded with 12 Microphones at Rocksta Sound Ranch for the Soundwoofer Reactions Series.

Downloads: 107

Mattias Tiselius - Marshall 1960VB - Thin

IR Mix of Mattias Tiselius from GET LOUD's Marshall 1960VB 4x12 Cabinet. Recorded with 12 Microphones at Rocksta Sound Ranch for the Soundwoofer Reactions Series.

Downloads: 100