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Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by jokerjkny, Feb 26, 2006.
just wondering what you guys like using for that psuedo synth bass kinda sounds.
One of the best ways I've found to get classic "Moog" tones is run a fuzz into an envelope filter.
i've been using the crowther audio, prunes and custard pedal, works well with active and passive basses, true bypass...
like a fuzzy synthy sound with a slight envelop phase thing going on, i really like it when i'm palm muting, just gotta get better at that
i've been using it with my oc2 and emma discombobulator as well with some pretty cool combitations!
yup, my favorite method too.
failing that, usual synth pedals - korg g5 / akai deep impact.
Yeah, I currently got a Prunes and Custard that I borrowed from Toasted.
was mucking about today, and got some really spaced out wackyness:
Octave Down into P+C into Light Gritty dist box into Chorus into Envelope filter.
One of the best I've heard is Mike Gordon's synth effect with his Deep Impact (check out a 2003/2004 version of "Boogie On Reggae Woman")
I'm currently playing with running an octave signal with no direct signal into my effects chain. The octave pedal generates a square wave like a regular synthesizer, and then you can process it through the chain to get all sorts of synth effects.
I use a Synth Wah + Ring Modulator.
I plugged into a Daddy-O, then into a DOD Envelope filter; you don't hear the distortion til the filter opens, which is cool. Putting chorus or other subtle stuff before the filter does much the same thing.
funny you say, cause i'm thiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiis close to pulling the trigger on this for the electronica stuff that i'm totally missing out on:
Look at all the KNOBS & stuff... ...
I'm interested in this as well. I'm looking for that moog like sound. Kind of the Worell/Stevie Wonder left hand sound. I have been using my EBS octave pedal with a touch of distortion, but this isn't the ideal solution for me. It seems the best pedals for this are no longer available. Am I stuck looking for a V bass?
EHX Bass Micro Synth?
The EHX makes a lot of cool sounds but to emulate a Moog you'll be much better with the Korg G5 or Akai SB-1.
Both of these are discontinued, right?
Closest that I have is this fuzztone sound:
http://www.narwold.org/joep/Jungle Love (small).mp3
Boss CS-3 to Aphex Bass Xciter to Boss ODB-3 - all in the loop of a Boss NS-2.
Bridge pup, with the tone rolled-off all the way.
Now if this were in the insert-loop of a Q-tron+, THEN I think I'd really be cookin' with gas!
As for me... As for others:
Analog Goodness: Prunes & Custard
Digital Versatility: Deep Impact
I have also loved The combo off OC-2->Fuzz