#2
could be a soft phaser pedal, but sounds just like lots of reverb/echo
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#3
Funky EQ with a LOT of reverb.
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#4
I agree with the above statement, but I also kinda hear a really soft flange effect in there.
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#6
I'll try that out. Thanks. Any idea what a rough guess of the EQ setting would be? Boost mids, cut lows?
#7
Boost mids. You probably don't even need an EQ not sure at all why someone thought that was an integral part of that sound. It's just reverb and delay. If you do use and EQ boost the mids.
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#8
That's a mic placed reallly far off of the amp. Like, a good couple of feet.
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#9
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That's a mic placed reallly far off of the amp. Like, a good couple of feet.

That would do it too.

By EQ i meant a setting that cuts the bass and presence, making it sound filtered by distance. But that effect can also be achieved by, you know, distance.
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