#1
Anybody?

That sound rips through you leaves you shattered between two sonic soundwaves. Do any of you know how I could do that? and if so, do you know how I could get that sound using an interface for recording purposes?
#2
Sonic sound? You mean...sound sound? I'm not sure what you're talking about.
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#3
yeah, not sure what you mean
could you give us a guitarist or something that has this sonic sound?
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#4
Sonic youth, Dinosaur jr, mudhoney...well that whole grunge scene to be honest. One of their most definable features was there use of sonic sound...its a guitar effect..not really sure how to explain it really...just sonic sounding..
#6
hm..maybe.. I'll have a look.

Actually that sounds bout right actually perhaps with a pedal too to increase and decrease it.

Thanks dude
#7
Feedback???Thats more like it I think....Flanger doesnt "Rip through your ears" last time I checked... :P:
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#8
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I was just wondering, because someone brought up feedback.... what are some goods ways to get feedback? All I can get is buzzing but I can't get that loud ppiercing feedback that Kurt can.
You're going to need to be really loud. With some fooling around, you should be able to get some cool feedback.
#9
also, lot's of distortion always helps on the feedback
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#10
thanks guys

Think it might be a combination of the two...recently saw dinosaur jr. perform in london and J Mascis used a lot of it. But seemed to just hit one of his pedals and his guitar seemingly soared and woke up god
#13
No im not talking bout harmonics of any kind..Have you ever listened to sonic youth, dino jr. pumpkins, mudhoney or perhaps the creators of sonic music-the Velvet underground?

its like that
#14
I'm going to agree that your looking for controlling feedback. You need lots of gain to produce it at that level and it will take a little practice to be able to control it without it being annoying like it's supposed to be. Since I'm going to guess you are just doing this at home, crank the gain on your amp, try to keep your guitar relatively close, pluck an open string and turn up the volume until you hear it begin to feedback.

Once you've been able to make that happen, you can use either a volume pedal or the volume on your guitar to adjust how much impact it has. A lot of players have used this usually unwanted noise as an effect in their playing, such as Jimi Hendrix and Pete Townsend.
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#15
I'm pretty sure there's some pedals that emulate the feedback noise?
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#16
do you mean when you bend say on the B string a full step and play the same note on the e string above? if you dont get the notes exactly right you can hear the two notes going back and forth and it sounds kinda cool. you could add virbrato to the bent note as well for a scream type sound.
#17
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Sonic youth, Dinosaur jr, mudhoney...well that whole grunge scene to be honest. One of their most definable features was there use of sonic sound...its a guitar effect..not really sure how to explain it really...just sonic sounding..


Sonic sound is redundant. It's called something else, probably some sort of modulation effect.
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#18
i would like to point out that MANY things effect feedback, reverb can and will assist in it, as will volume and gain/distortion. also the hotter your pickups are the better it will pickup. the wavelength produced by the feedback is generally determined by your string gauge and eq settings. i use low gauge strings and when i pull back on my highs and crank my lows and a little on my mids then i will get a lower range feedback. ALSO depending on where you stand in relationship to your amp will give you a different pitch of feedback.
#19
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do you mean when you bend say on the B string a full step and play the same note on the e string above? if you dont get the notes exactly right you can hear the two notes going back and forth and it sounds kinda cool. you could add virbrato to the bent note as well for a scream type sound.


I think it may be more what this guy is saying...can you give me a demo somehow?
#21
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#22
This thread is quite confusing

A fuzz pedal prehaps? Sonic sound isnt a very good description.
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