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Hey, anyone got any tips for Big Muff Muse guitar sounds?:$ The FF is a little out of my price range, but I would spend the money if the Big muff is completely useless for Muse. HELP!

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Just about the FF and impedence - there's a new thing called a "gig rig Z cable" - I think you could use this to have the FF at the end of your chain (or just after buffered pedals).

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i know i may be going out on a stretch, but does anyone here have a boss gt 10 processor that has created a good sound for MOTP? or just general settings for it? i know it involves a lot of intricate delays and whammy ups, but ive been fiddling around trying ot make something on my own and it never comes out quite right

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i know i may be going out on a stretch, but does anyone here have a boss gt 10 processor that has created a good sound for MOTP? or just general settings for it? i know it involves a lot of intricate delays and whammy ups, but ive been fiddling around trying ot make something on my own and it never comes out quite right

 

Hate to be a downer, but I doubt it's possible. Matt spent several days and around £30,000 to get that sound, and the closest we've come is either the Molten MIDI or the sequencer in Guitar Rig.

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Hate to be a downer, but I doubt it's possible. Matt spent several days and around £30,000 to get that sound, and the closest we've come is either the Molten MIDI or the sequencer in Guitar Rig.

 

Using a MIDI sequencer in cubase to control a whammy will work better than both of those, though. The molten MIDI will only do one pattern at a time (as far as I know) and I don't know about guitar rig.

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Using a MIDI sequencer in cubase to control a whammy will work better than both of those, though. The molten MIDI will only do one pattern at a time (as far as I know) and I don't know about guitar rig.

 

+1

 

I got an awesome file from a guy... can't remember his name, but he got it pretty much perfect, and added in the backing track for Maggie's Farm outro as well.

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+1

 

I got an awesome file from a guy... can't remember his name, but he got it pretty much perfect, and added in the backing track for Maggie's Farm outro as well.

 

aorfix?

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[Citation Needed]

 

NME Interview, I can look it up later if you're really that bothered ;)

 

Using a MIDI sequencer in cubase to control a whammy will work better than both of those, though. The molten MIDI will only do one pattern at a time (as far as I know) and I don't know about guitar rig.

 

This is true

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Matt spent several days and around £30,000 to get that sound

 

It's things like that that confirm the "I dun lozt mai mussel myouzeum peddle!" excuse as bollocks! :LOL:

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Has anyone got any recommendations for the verse of plug in baby? At the moment I'm using phaser and delay on a clean vox setting but its not really working great for me.

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Has anyone got any recommendations for the verse of plug in baby? At the moment I'm using phaser and delay on a clean vox setting but its not really working great for me.

 

Whammy +1 Octave Harmony and a smattering of chorus (in addition to phase/delay). Works every time.

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Whammy +1 Octave Harmony and a smattering of chorus (in addition to phase/delay). Works every time.

 

unfortuetly on my fx unit I can only do whammy or chorus at the same time. But I'll try the whammy with my current set-up. Whammy every:D

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Well, I'm more or less asking what settings you all use for the song. I'm not good at figuring this type of stuff out and that's why I am asking for some help.:(

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I'd just use a heavyish fuzz or distortion and back off the guitar volume a little for the verses

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