How's this for nasty, varied fuzz tones?

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by 94prs22, Dec 15, 2005.


  1. 94prs22

    94prs22 Gold Supporting Member

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    A few weeks back there was a post in the effects section regarding the Metasonix Butt Probe, I had already been working on a few ideas utilizing it's capabilities and now it's done. 4 effects on this song, a moogerfooger delay and ring mod, a lovetone wobulator and the metasonix butt probe. All of the fuzz tones are from the butt probe.

    http://webpages.charter.net/94prs22/TheAgeoftheRobots.mp3

    Brandon
     
  2. Antero

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    Tres cool sounds!

    ...can't sleep, robots will eat me...
     
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    94prs22 Gold Supporting Member

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    Thanks for listening man. Obviously this style of music (50s-60s instrumental film score inspired cheese) is not for everyone, but honestly I can't play like Robben Ford, SRV, Hendrix, EVH, etc. The best I can hope for is to be a unique player/composer. And I like noise. Next up, an instrumental arrangement of the Danny Elfman tune "This is Halloween" from The Nightmare Before Christmas.
    Brandon
     
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    Cool, it's soooo refreshing to hear a unique yet musical song from somebody. Great use of effects, I can appreciate where you're coming from as well.

    Thanks for the clip!
     
  5. 94prs22

    94prs22 Gold Supporting Member

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    Ryan,
    I appreciate the compliment. Thanks for listening. This is the fourth song in a "Robot Suite" that I've recorded. I think the suite is done but who knows, more ideas may come. I'll have to post the other 3 songs at some point as well.
    Brandon
     
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    I totally dig this! Great work!
     
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    this is awesome!
     
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    94prs22 Gold Supporting Member

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    Holy crap, I thought this thread was dead! Thanks for listening guys. I finished a new song this weekend that I'll put up when I get home from work. It's got some nice fuzz tones too, but it's not quite as uber-fuzzed as this.
    Brandon
     
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