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Ruidos de Echoes

Notapor koldo » Jue Jul 30, 2009 12:45 pm

Hoy he encontrado esto sobre la parte central de ruidos de Echoes de los Pink Floyd, y me resulta curioso como hacen los ruidos de gaviotas y las risillas... esta tarde lo voy a probar a ver como sale:

The “seagull” effect in the mid-section is achieved by using a wah wah and reversing the input/outputs.
Note that this effect doesn’t work that well with humbuckers or active pickups pickups. It’s best achieved with either Vox or Cry Baby wahs.
1. Connect the guitar to the OUTPUT and your amp/next effect to the INPUT on the wah wah,- reversed connection.
2. Set the pickup switch on the guitar in the 4. position (2. position from the bottom). Make sure that all 3 knobs are on 10.
3. Turn on the wah wah and let it stay with the “heel” all the way down. Turn the lower tone knob “off”. You should now hear a loud feedback.
4. Adjust the pitch of the feedback by carefully rolling down the lower tone knob (farthest from you). You should hear that the tone is pitched down. Somewhere between 2-3 the tone fades and by making a really slow fadeout you can achieve the “laughing” effect.
5. Combine these techniques with switching the pickup switch up and down from position 1-5 and by adjusting the pitch on the wah wah.
- you’ll need to play quite loud and use some delay, 310ms.

Cuanto menos curioso esto de conectar los pedales al reves...
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