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Ok, so lately I've been trying to get better at using all aspects of my Boss ME70, listening to tones in songs and trying to match them using it and I've been pretty successful so far but I'm very stumped on how to recreate two pretty similar effects:

The first is from Deloused in the Comatorium, on Son et Lumiere.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bCYH0_lnUQw#t=1m15s

I can tell there is delay and alot of compression for sustain but I can't seem to do either of those things without getting a choppy wall of sound. My other problem is I'm not sure how to imitate his note starts, they sound like they aren't even being picked.

The second effect is from a live version of Mojo Pin - Jeff Buckley
www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kid9fNzBeeI#t=0m19s

Same problems as before, I can't imitate the note starts without sounding like I actually picked the guitar, and really not sure how to create the wall of sound.

I figured you guys probably know alot more about this than I do and I've been stumped on this for awhile, so any help would be appreciated!
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Quote by Chandleezy
Ok, so lately I've been trying to get better at using all aspects of my Boss ME70, listening to tones in songs and trying to match them using it and I've been pretty successful so far but I'm very stumped on how to recreate two pretty similar effects:

The first is from Deloused in the Comatorium, on Son et Lumiere.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bCYH0_lnUQw#t=1m15s

I can tell there is delay and alot of compression for sustain but I can't seem to do either of those things without getting a choppy wall of sound. My other problem is I'm not sure how to imitate his note starts, they sound like they aren't even being picked.


it's probably little more than delay and volume swells. and really loud amps.
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