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in the live verison released of this, matt is playing the guitar and it sounds like it's being played through a seek wah.. anyone?

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i have a feeling he's rocking the treadle on the whammy set to harmony +1/-1 Oct. sounds right when i do it anyway

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i have a feeling he's rocking the treadle on the whammy set to harmony +1/-1 Oct. sounds right when i do it anyway

ya but it's SO acurate every time.. it sounds more like something arpeggiated..

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i don't know if matt like analogueness anymore...seems like he's going for digital midi pedals nowadays, which would suggest its the line6?

 

bet a seek wah would do it though...

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Sounds more like a seek trem to me. But hey, i could be wrong.

listen to the video on the Zvex ite, I think the seek wah sounds much more like it than the seek trem

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easy to recreate, all you need is a whammy, midi cable and cubase. Set the whammy to -1oct and on cubase make a midi track and create 1 blank bar, in the piano roll create a controller lane for CC11 and create the rhythem in that controller lane like this...

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Then if you just play a C power chord it should sound like this

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easy to recreate, all you need is a whammy, midi cable and cubase. Set the whammy to -1oct and on cubase make a midi track and create 1 blank bar, in the piano roll create a controller lane for CC11 and create the rhythem in that controller lane like this...

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Then if you just play a C power chord it should sound like this

There're at least three different 'levels' to the sound though :p.

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ya but it's SO acurate every time.. it sounds more like something arpeggiated..

It's so accurate because it's a mime.

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wtf? He mimed on the recording also? :rolleyes: Whether its a back track or not, he would have played it at some time or other, and there's usually an artificiality (is that even a word?) to processed sounds :stunned:

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i've tried it and it sounds quite close

 

really? what settings are you doing?

 

you can get a close sound with the "obi-wah" setting, you just have to tweak the knobs right and set the speed at a high rate

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really? what settings are you doing?

 

you can get a close sound with the "obi-wah" setting, you just have to tweak the knobs right and set the speed at a high rate

i might try that as mine is good but not perfect

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do you know if that is the fuzz factorys distortion?

 

:rolleyes:

 

No, it's not a Fuzz Factory. Plus a Fuzz Factory is a fuzz, not a distortion, there is a difference believe it or not.

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so thats the dsl's distortion or the diezel because in the video in italy he's using the dsl

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so thats the dsl's distortion or the diezel because in the video in italy he's using the dsl

Whatever he used to record the song that was being played back.

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Hahahahaha...dear me. :stunned:

 

That amp is most likely a JCM 900, you can tell by the small non-bold writing on the face plate...plus, it doesn't have as many knobs. :D

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