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Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by ttasselm, Sep 4, 2013.
That band is??
Someone end me.
thought you’d never ask.
Cool coincidence. I've been digging the crates of a lot of Japanese underground hip hop these last few months.
Very cool stuff over there.
*Riff Raff has entered the chat*
The mastery works great. It doesn't move. Sets up and intonates perfectly. I don't know if it'll drop in to either of those Eastwoods but it's any easy and worthwhile replacement on a Fender or Squire VI.
"Chopping broccoli!" /danacarvey
That was pretty cool. Not only did I enjoy the music, but that's the first time in a very long while that I've found myself genuinely engaged by a band's video.
i find them entertaining on many levels.
In my brief time with a Bass VI, I installed a different bridge and it made a big difference. But I still think fixed-tail bridges are better for sustain on low strings with short scale lengths. Then again, I'm not happy with the E on my Silhouette, so maybe it's not the bridge.
here's another. 4-string on the first tune, 6-string on second.
What the heck. I didn’t need to hear/see this.
New skiff is on the way. Maybe I’ll have some room for this little guy.
The chainsaw is cool (as is the demon core) but in the end I decided I’d rather not try to do poly in Eurorack. I’m awaiting delivery on a new analog frequency shifter, though. That’s something that doesn’t come along every day.
I don’t try for polyphony in the ‘rack either. It’s be tempting if you could modulate each individual note separately, but my modular stuff is mostly for atmospheric weirdness these days, when I even bother to fire it up. The EssenceFM/Octatrack combo still has me pretty hooked for the time being. I do kinda miss having a couple granular choppy/glitchy modules to play bass through though
I doubt anyone would be interested (nor should you be!), but I’m being interviewed later today for a live stream thing, mostly slap upright bass related
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You previously mentioned that you did a mix session with the MOOD and said that you where never going to do one without it again.
I'm interested as to how you used it.
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