#1
Skip to 3:35...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=msS8otYxgSc


It sounds very synthy and compressed, but beyond that i have no real idea how that specific tone is achieved - any ideas?
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#2
reminds me of a big muff somehow.
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#3
russian big muff will nail that tone
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#4
Quote by primusclaypool1
russian big muff will nail that tone


No it won't. There's some pitch shifting going on there as well. A muff with either a pitch shifter or an Octave up effect should do it, not sure which it is.
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#5
Quote by SimplyBen
No it won't. There's some pitch shifting going on there as well. A muff with either a pitch shifter or an Octave up effect should do it, not sure which it is.

Now that you mention it there is definitely a pitch-shifter in there, im sure i can hear the 5th in the backround. I think.

Cheers for the answers guys
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Ibanez RG350MYE
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Last edited by barfrog at Sep 23, 2010,