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Originally posted by jonny guitar



if you run them all in parallel does it sound like a full choral backing??

 

Well, honestly, the fourth one is still at Help!I'maRock's place, and even with the 3 hooked up, I only use 2 as pitch shifters (the other is a delay or arpeggiated delay). Even with just 2 pitch shifting, it gets a little muddy unless I do it just right.

 

Here's a POGgy clip I recorded:

http://www.konakkol.com/music/other/organ-better.mp3

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Originally posted by IndofunkCity


Well, honestly, the fourth one is still at Help!I'maRock's place, and even with the 3 hooked up, I only use 2 as pitch shifters (the other is a delay or arpeggiated delay). Even with just 2 pitch shifting, it gets a little muddy unless I do it just right.


Here's a POGgy clip I recorded:

http://www.konakkol.com/music/other/organ-better.mp3



Are you running them in parallel to keep the sounds seperated from each other. I would think that running like that with two amps both in stereo (quad sound) would sound killer once you got the mixes right.

I will have to listen to the clip at home later.:)

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Originally posted by IndofunkCity


Well, honestly, the fourth one is still at Help!I'maRock's place, and even with the 3 hooked up, I only use 2 as pitch shifters (the other is a delay or arpeggiated delay). Even with just 2 pitch shifting, it gets a little muddy unless I do it just right.


Here's a POGgy clip I recorded:

 

 

How'd you set up your ps-3's to sound like that? I have one right now and am considering getting a second. I use thsi one mostly for octaving to add extra sparkle to slow leads and stuff.

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