#1
Hello guys!

I have seen OMAM live recently and I was wondering how the electric guitarist get this ambient and blurry sound?

Thanks !
#2
A big pile of reverb and delay!
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#3
yeah a good old shimmery vintagey fendery tone and water down the attack with a really spacey wet delayed signal and a good crunchy light fuzzy drive

bring on the analog!
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#4
hi to all i give graet tips to you all are try to this one at one time, recording electric guitar meant putting a mic in front of an amp, Compressing the ambient mic output can also help create a bigger sound in a live room.


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