mute the strings and play close to the bridge pickup .....i think that's how you do it
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Originally Posted by Shirate
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Quote by A Certain Death

Like in "Hey John Whats Your Name Again" by Devil Wears Prada or in "Dreams" by We Came As Romans. How do they get those glitchy sounds

here's links:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ufN6olJ3P8s (Devil Wears Prada)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vsnE2omEYY (We Came As Romans)

Both songs the glitch is about halfway into it
screwing around with sample effects off of editing programs and things like garage band
I guess.
I'm sure if you tried hard enough with enough hands turning dials you could do it with a few effects pedals: turning dials back and forth on delay, rocking the wah, maybe messing around with a filter/synth effect, and some sort of spacey phaser type deal.

Theres a ton of it in Sky Eats Airplane (especially their earlier stuff.)
Last edited by Faux~Affliction at Dec 18, 2008,

I need one.

But yeah, I'd imagine that TDWP totally could've used one of those pedals to pull it off.
Delete system32 files, duh.

EDIT: I shouldnt have said that, this isnt the pit.
Try some synths. If you have hardware, great...but software synths are also good.

As A Certain Death suggested, you could also use samples by recording parts of other songs and using them in your new song. It's done quite a bit in hip hop and some disco.
Last edited by moody07747 at Dec 19, 2008,