|Adamixoye ||10-12-2013 06:20 PM |
One I think is a Bit Crusher.
|HolmeBass ||10-12-2013 11:39 PM |
Amazing sounds Janek is getting. I think there was also some octaver at one point, maybe a POG or HOG through the whole thing and he just added in an octave? At 0:25 he lowers the upper frequencies, squelching the upper partial. At 2:06 he puts them back in, maybe adds an upper octave? Not sure but the upper partial returns there.
|HolmeBass ||10-12-2013 11:41 PM |
Another video of the same thing, from behind JoJo, so a better look at Janek's pedal board and when he activates things, but still not enough resolution to see exactly what is on. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ib4dHZgFqbQ
|CHILDISHGAMBINO ||10-13-2013 12:53 AM |
It sounds like an OC-2 into a bitcrusher to me.
|avvie ||10-13-2013 01:12 AM |
Actually I think that's a ring modulator at the intro and again at 2:10. I was just doing this same sound this morning with my B3. The bitcrusher is a good guess...I would have thought so too.
Dunno what's rolling off the highs on the rest...possibly a LPF pedal?
|HolmeBass ||10-13-2013 11:41 AM |
With the cool resonance he's getting I think a ring mod might be the ticket, or a very resonant LPF that he's sweeping the cutoff freq of, but frankly it looks more like he's just engaging/disengaging than sweeping an exp pedal when the high freqs go away and when they come back. So a ring mod and an octaver (OC-2 is highly plausible) and probably a bit crusher or other distortion/OD. Plus a P bass! Very interesting that he's using a passive bass as the source.
|MightyMiloQuinn ||10-13-2013 01:18 PM |
Well, Janek is very partial to his Frantabit and his massive collection of OC-2s, so those are a pretty safe bet. Look for his vid for the Frantabit.
|MightyMiloQuinn ||10-13-2013 09:16 PM |
Now, comparing the second vid up there plus Janek's on bitcrushers, looks like he's using the Bugbrand Bugcrusher and an OC-2. He's also using the Moogerfooger LPF and the TC Nova Repeater. Here's that other vid: http://youtu.be/1uyEMfN0y6U
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