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What is this effect called and how do you do it?

Discussion in 'Joey Sturgis' started by Santiago Romero, Dec 6, 2015.

  1. Santiago Romero

    Santiago Romero New Metal Member

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    How do you make this effect in the beginning and 2:23 where it sounds like distorted or underater

     
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    colbyhemple New Metal Member

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    kind of sounds like lo-fi. Try hi passing and low passing until you get pretty close, then add some mids
     
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    DjaseBal Jase Rhodes Audio

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    its just a hi pass filter on the whole mix
     
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    whitefoxrec New Metal Member

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    The intro guitar tone sounds like a completely different tone than the main rhythm guitar; although it may just have a different overdrive pedal. Try one of the fuzz pedals in POD Farm and turn the gain all the way up, it should get you a similar sound.

    As far as the drums, it seems like there's just a big room reverb on them with the mix set fairly high!

    There might be a high pass filter on the mix/master, but I'm listening on an iPad at the moment so I'm not 100% sure!
     

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