#3
mute the strings and play close to the bridge pickup .....i think that's how you do it
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The guitar, the only beautiful female that looks better with the top ON haha

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#4
Quote by A Certain Death
samples?
*shrug


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
#5
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.)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iJWaTOjxurg&feature=related
Last edited by Faux~Affliction at Dec 18, 2008,
#8
OH MY GOD.
THE MID-FI PEDALS ARE AMAZING.

I need one.
*GAS*

But yeah, I'd imagine that TDWP totally could've used one of those pedals to pull it off.
#9
Delete system32 files, duh.

EDIT: I shouldnt have said that, this isnt the pit.
#10
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,