#3
Generally hefty bass boost, and a fair deal of chorus and delay on the synths, it's often hard to tell because of the huge amount of possibilities you can get from a synth
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#4
Quote by Demonikk
Generally hefty bass boost, and a fair deal of chorus and delay on the synths, it's often hard to tell because of the huge amount of possibilities you can get from a synth



eaxtly... for guitar, maybe phaser, delay, flanger, tremolo and an envelope filter
#6
They generally use synthesizers and computers for techno.

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#7
Guitars, while not uncommon in techno, aren't super well used. Name some examples of the sorta techno you wanna do, because Atari Teenage Riot and Prodigy use guitars differently then say Chemical Brothers might.
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