ProgFripp74
UG's Djent maestro
Join date: Nov 2010
784 IQ
#1
Hey everyone, basically I was watching the pre-production vid for ATB's new album and there was a picking part Justin was doing and I was wondering if this was just a rhythm and sounded different because it was on an 8 or a specific technique that he uses. So if anyone can be bothered to decipher this mysterious picking part for me I'td be much appreciated.

Cheers.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hmHPUBdL5kE

PS: Picking part is between 2:11 and 2:28
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#2
no its just filtered and gated heavily
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ProgFripp74
UG's Djent maestro
Join date: Nov 2010
784 IQ
#3
I thought as much. I just wasn't too sure because I don't exactly have a great noise gate considering I have an x3 live. Anyways thank you for looking, and I'll get another noise gate at some point.
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How do you prepare tea?

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thrown into the boston harbor

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Only if you boil the ocean first



JUST BOUGHT SIKTH DEATH OF A DEAD DAY ALBUM FROM THE US AND IT CAME WITH THE 6 YEAR OLD SIGNED POSTER (30/4/12) WIN