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Delay Pedals on Record

Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by Cody_Gibs1, Feb 8, 2013.

  1. Cody_Gibs1


    Mar 15, 2005
    Brooklyn, NY
    I'm trying to understand more uses of delay with bass. Do you guys know of any other tracks than these:
    "The Carpenter and the Dainty Bride" by Primus
    "No Shelter" by Rage Against The Machine
    "Our Swords" by Band of Horses
    "Wild Boys" Duran Duran

    If you guys know which pedals these guys are using the record, that's fun information as well.
  2. Pink Floyd - One of These Days
  3. Dash Rantic

    Dash Rantic

    Nov 12, 2005
    Palo Alto, CA
    Tool - Jambi
    Rage Against The Machine - No Shelter
  4. Isis- Hall of the Dead
    Young Widows- white Golden Rings
    Russian Circles- Philos
  5. Swift713


    Dec 4, 2006
    Florence, Ma
    King Crimson - Sleepless
  6. Darren_Halm


    May 25, 2011
    Brian Eno - Third Uncle
  7. gwx014


    Dec 22, 2005
    "Ready, Able" - Grizzly Bear
  8. mouthmw


    Jul 19, 2009
    The Verve - Gravity Grave
    The Verve - Echo Bass
  9. 1958Bassman


    Oct 20, 2007
    Pedals? I seriously doubt it. Rack effects are usually used in the studio because they can do more, sound better and don't cause noise to the same extent as pedals. Live is different- it's not as much of a controlled environment.
  10. tech21nyc

    tech21nyc Commercial User

    Aug 17, 2010
    Manufacturer: Tech 21
    I would have to agree. In the studio you also have the benefit of adding the effect post mic (if an amp is used) and post DI as well. Prevailing wisdom for years has been to add time domain effects like reverb and delay after the fact during mixdown. If you record the bass through a delay it is forever on there and can't be changed or adjusted unless you record a new track. If there isn't enough or too much it can't be fixed.