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It’s a sweepable filter that can sound like a harp or a guitar
reverb: Fender 4×12
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All of that said, the last one is kind of like the most basic, overdrive pedal
like the one that came with your Axe Fx 2 cabinet
but it actually has a different sound than both of those
It’s this one, I’d say, the Silver Clean Overdrive
I actually like the sound of this one the most. This one’s kind of more like your classic Gain overload or BogRat Fuzz
You can hear that really kind of dangerous sound
and it kind of gives you a lot of grit and really lets you have fun with it. Like it’s just like sort of the dirty, dirty side of your Axe Fx 2
The basic thing is you’ve got a 2nd order LPF with an average frequency, which would be a 3 dB over on the 650, which is only a 3.5 dB gain boost.
So if I’d normally have that setting at around 5, then this one’s going to be around 8 or 9
and you’ve got a 3 dB, which is a 3 dB over, so it’s got a little bit more noise, but that’s the frequency response
so you can get that extra kick in your sound as well
Then, I actually like the pinkish tint I’ve added to the guitar because you can really hear how damaged the overdrive is
You could have the same kind of sound, but it actually adds to the character a bit. It gives it a lot of personality, I think
Kind of like how it sort of gives you one of those crazy old Fender reverb pedals
But the thing I like about this is a little bit more effective, because it’s actually distorting your signal first
So, you can kind of hear the difference of the drive sound before you get really into the grit. So you’re not getting that
distortion that’s just too much, it’s just going to make everything sound a little bit too harsh
You could do that, but I’d probably rather get a bit of that added character, and that seems to fit with the character of this one a bit
now if you want to go up in volume, you can add that super dirty tone to your amp just by cranking it up with boost
All of these pedals don’t actually have boost on them. They just have how much you should be giving them
But, they do have attenuation on them so that way, you can set the pedal at the right level to match the amount of volume your amp puts
Again let’s get some distortion and put some top-end colour on this track
Just play a couple octaves below middle c like this
let’s get some clicks and wah pedals to make a track
I’ll play this arpeggio on the guitar
and set the phase of the filter to the position with the beat
LAWNS OF THE BEACH Description:
This track has two parts
the chords on the guitar and the drum part. The chords are chord progressions that are easy to play on guitar
Let’s get some high hats for a happy, funky percussive part
and put some thickness to it, a lot of effects
, amp, and maybe a little wah pedal
See I’ll start with the chords on the guitar
and I’ll play them just below middle c
with only three notes in each chord
then get a few effects like the amp, some distortion, maybe just a wah
I’ll play the chords and percussive part on the guitar
and set the filter to the position with the beat
Let’s get some bass and let’s get some arpeggios on the guitar
and add some distortion with some chorus on the amplifier
Deuces Of Dairy Description:
Let’s get some bass guitar
chords and play in the key of G for the chords
then get some chorus on the amp to build some atmosphere
This track is a remix I did for a record called ‘Amphipanthera’
and it has
a dj trancer version,a fusion version and a nu jazz version
Let’s get some bass and arpeggios on the guitar
and use the filter with the amp in parallel to form a very characteristic bass line
Let’s get some bass guitar
chords and play it in the key of c with my flat hand
hold the notes on one finger and use an octave
Let’s get some guitar arpeggios
play on a normal guitar and put it on chorus mode
Put some distortion into the amp and put some effects on the echo
I’ll play this line using arpeggios on the guitar
chords and bass parts at half-time
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It’s such a pleasure to present to you the subfreak a pedalboard for the more ‘out-there’ overdriven users.
Invented by Pete Barratt, subfreak allows you to control the character of the overdriven sound with your foot.
“I wanted to make a pedal that required the same input as your stompboxes but let you interact with the overdrive in a much more subtle and controllable way.”
In fact there is a loop switch for bass tones to allow you to switch from subby notes to mid.
You can also modulate the filter with the foot control. It can’t play other notes but it’s a fun pedal for the first iterations of setting up your own overdriven tones.
The super subby circuitry can be turned off to make a more normal filter tone.
This is a passive pedal – you don’t need to connect anything to the pedalboard.
No battery is required either.
Subfreak’s inputs are any combination of the amp’s gain and wah.
You get six presets to load out of the gate on the onboard memory.
The ones we have got access to are the ones Pete has designed.
If you are interested in Pete’s original idea check out the video at:
Subfreak is a 12dB/octave overdrive + low pass filter that gives you the option of either a subby or normal overdrive sound.
The subsonic circuit has been set a little more aggressively, the stop
basso piece of the sound is a little more pronounced.
There’s a loop switch for ‘bass’ instruments which adds a little grit to the subby hum.
You can modulate the filter either side using the two foot controls.
If you really want to push the pedal you can turn the circuit down to a more normal filter tone by removing the fuse.
The overdrive switch makes sure that the music you like gets priority and doesn’t get sent to the less desirable side of the filter.
You can switch the range of the circuit with the mode switch.
If you’re a purist there’s a class A section with its own gain control which you can toggle by pressing the foot control.
The side switch is just for compounding the overdrive.
You get a nice ring
System Requirements For Subfreak:
Fool’s Gold is an arcade style platformer where you have to solve various puzzles to get to the end and move on to the next level. There are lots of puzzles and secret things to uncover, each level has a great soundtrack and lots of character!
A massive thanks to all of the people that have helped me with the soundtrack and mixing:
Pascal Schmille – Project leader, music and sound designer.
– Project leader, music