#3
buy a synth
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#4
Yeah, a POG or HOG can actually help you get a sound like that. Not 100%, but close.
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#6
Quote by forstringwonder
do you know what a keyboard is?


Yes, and I also know what a pointless post is.
#8
That ain't no guitar bro O.o
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#9
Quote by familybucket
Yes, and I also know what a pointless post is.


gtfo. it's a synth.
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#10
Quote by familybucket
Yes, and I also know what a pointless post is.


kind of like your thread.
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#12
Quote by forstringwonder
kind of like your thread.


It's definitely not stupid. I posted this in the Guitar gear section, and so I assumed everyone new that I was talking about how to create this sound on my guitar.
#13
Quote by familybucket
It's definitely not stupid. I posted this in the Guitar gear section, and so I assumed everyone new that I was talking about how to create this sound on my guitar.

Hmm. Well, you could perfectly replicate Muse's live synth sound like this:

Roland GK-3 + Roland GI-20 ($400):



Minimoog Voyager ($2500):




Macbeth M5 ($4500):




Okay, perhaps using Muse's exact synths is going to be a bit costly

But honestly, the only way you'll really get satisfactory results is with a guitar MIDI pickup into a synth of some kind. To save faffing, the Roland GR20 kit would be ideal.
Last edited by kyle62 at Oct 16, 2009,