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More fuzz tones in a new song

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by 94prs22, Jan 17, 2006.

  1. 94prs22

    94prs22 Gold Supporting Member

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    Hey all,
    After a few folks brought my nasty fuzz tone instrumental tune back from the dead below, I thought I'd post some more. I just finished this tune. The guitar tones are a tele through various effects, an analogman bi-comp, a lovetone doppleganger and wobulator, a digitech whammy wh-1, metasonix agonizer and red witch medusa for the short swooping widely panned middle part, and a prescription electronics experience in swell mode for the solo. There's also my drum machine, a guild pilot bass (passive pickups) and a Roland Juno-60 on the tune. All of the recording was into a Hi-mu amp to a Fostex 16 track digital recorder.

    I love mosquito toned, z-grade movie score, instrumental cheeseball songs. I call this one "Mechanoia" for now. As always, critiques are welcome.
    Brandon

    http://webpages.charter.net/94prs22/MechanoiaV3.mp3
     
  2. Priestunes

    Priestunes Member

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    Cool! Sounds fitting for a weird flick like The Life Aquatic. No offense meant. It's cool and trippy. Me likes.
     
  3. 94prs22

    94prs22 Gold Supporting Member

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    Nothing wrong with weird little flicks.
    Brandon
     

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