#2
The clean bit? just EQ out pretty much all the low and highs, so it's just mid's. It's what some people would call a 'Telephone' or 'Old Radio' EQ.

Unless you mean the swells. That's called violining, it's just done by playing a note with the volume knob down, and then turning it up.
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Last edited by Carl6661 at Oct 26, 2011,
#3
Harmonizing...?

There are like 10,000 guitar tracks on every Justice for all track. Then its volume swells and that "Oh so 80s" clean sound.

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#4
Yeah I was talking about the clean part, sorry about the confusion there lol. But thanks, I've always liked that kind of feel but I couldn't make it sound right.
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#5
Its just a Roland JC120, probably a chorus and maybe a bit of reverb?

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2004 EBMM JP6
2016 SE Holcolmb
#6
The clean sounds of "And Justice for All"? Just use a Roland JC120 and then lock your bassist outside.
#8
Quote by Carl6661
Unless you mean the swells. That's called violining, it's just done by playing a note with the volume knob down, and then turning it up.

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Note taken.
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