#1
How do people make their pedal changes more gradual? Everything seems more blended then what I'm getting at the moment.
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#2
can you clarify your question a bit? im not sure what you are asking exactly.
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#3
Sorry... I'm just asking how to make changes between effects sound more gradual. For example, it sounds quite drastic going from a light reverb clean verse into a heavy distortion chorus.
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#4
if your referencing certain songs on modern recordings, the recording are so heavily compressed and limited that there isnt much volume difference between different parts.

i try to have my OD/Dist/Fuzz pedals set up so that they are just the slightest bit louder than my clean, unaffected tone.
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#5
Switching from "light reverb clean verse into a heavy distortion chorus" is supposed to be dramatic.
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#6
^ Yeah, that's what I thought.

If you want it to be more gradual, either set up less extreme settings on the pedals, or consider using your guitar's volume knob to go from dirty to clean (and back again). That's why some players actually prefer single channel amps, it sounds more "natural". Of course some other players actually want a big difference so it just depends on what you want.
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#7
In recordings they usually use different guitar parts with different sounds so they can keep the light clean sound's tail while the distorted thing comes in.
Or they can re-amp the thing and engage the pedal with a light setting to change the setting gradually.
Ya know, the good ol' fashioned way.
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