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late 60s garage rock allman brothers ripoff thing

By demonzor on July 26, 2020 10:15 pm

It's 1969, Duane Allman is still alive (although 1000x a better guitar player than me), Dicky and Gregg swing by drummer Jaimoes place, Dicky jumps on guitar, Greggs got the guitar to his side fiddling with the organ/keys, and they just start jamming with the garage open as you walk by.  end scene

i started this a while ago and never mixed or mastered it, so decided to tinker with it today a bit. 

the no-motivation continues. 

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July 27, 2020 1:13 am

I appreciate the title, very informative.  You know exactly what you’re getting.  This tune is cool as hell man, that riff at 0:40 is awesome.  What exactly is going on there?  Are you like pitch shifting the audio at all or is it just some effect that you have on?

July 27, 2020 1:54 am
Chrisfoo wrote:

I appreciate the title, very informative.  You know exactly what you’re getting.  This tune is cool as hell man, that riff at 0:40 is awesome.  What exactly is going on there?  Are you like pitch shifting the audio at all or is it just some effect that you have on?

Thanks man, i felt that it's the onl proper title
I had 5 guitars playing: 2 rhythm and 3 lead. 1 lead doing low riff and others just harmonizing.  2 of the leads were run thru an Octavia pedal replica on Guitar rig called Octaviaish i believe.  Pretty sure hendrix used the shit out of that IRL pedal, its sweet.  I also recorded it all being run thru the guitar rig effects live.  Usually i'd record them clean then run them thru GR5.  Needed that extra grit without just throwing on more crunch/dist. effects.  no pitch shifts on this bad boy

July 27, 2020 2:03 am
demonzor wrote:
Chrisfoo wrote:

I appreciate the title, very informative.  You know exactly what you’re getting.  This tune is cool as hell man, that riff at 0:40 is awesome.  What exactly is going on there?  Are you like pitch shifting the audio at all or is it just some effect that you have on?

Thanks man, i felt that it's the onl proper title
I had 5 guitars playing: 2 rhythm and 3 lead. 1 lead doing low riff and others just harmonizing.  2 of the leads were run thru an Octavia pedal replica on Guitar rig called Octaviaish i believe.  Pretty sure hendrix used the shit out of that IRL pedal, its sweet.  I also recorded it all being run thru the guitar rig effects live.  Usually i'd record them clean then run them thru GR5.  Needed that extra grit without just throwing on more crunch/dist. effects.  no pitch shifts on this bad boy

Sweet man, thats awesome.  Definitely one of the more unique effects/production techniques I've heard on here in a bit.  Sounds badass.

July 27, 2020 9:22 am

This gets pretty progressive. The drum breaks are very cool but I really really love the guitar riffs around 0:40!

July 27, 2020 6:12 pm

Perfect title lol.  Also lovin the guitar riffs at 0:40.  Sweet little jam man.  Love the tones (and vibes...not being sarcastic).

July 28, 2020 12:39 am
coreytrev0r wrote:

Perfect title lol.  Also lovin the guitar riffs at 0:40.  Sweet little jam man.  Love the tones (and vibes...not being sarcastic).

  I recycle this riff in plenty of different ways throughout the year but this one was fun.  Ts and Vs for sure.  That Octavia ish on GT5 is a lot of fun

July 30, 2020 11:21 pm

Man, the acoustics in this garage are amazing, and so is the song.

August 3, 2020 3:02 am

HEADY BROH

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