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#1 racah15

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Posted 24 September 2013 - 01:49 PM

Hey guys. Just wondering if you guys could help out with making a tone.

It's a sound created by Misha Mansoor on his Axe FXII. I know it's not a Pod Hd (500 is the one I have), but they are crazy comparable based off everything I've seen. Infact I like the tones better on the POD HD than on the AXE FX. They sound more lively to me. Anywho, onwards.

I'm trying to replicate the clean, delayed tone found in Mishas Demo of Make Total Destroy! Found here:
http://www.soundclic...m?bandID=147108

The sound (is heard at 0:44-1:00,  1:14-2:00) Sounds like a high feedback delay, and a chorus.. But I can't figure it out for sure.
You can also hear this sound on Peripherys new album, but it's more hidden since the vocals cover some of it on the album version.

Can you guys help a fellow POD HDer out?

Any and all help will be appreciated!

Thanks!

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#2 arislaf

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Posted 25 September 2013 - 03:13 AM

Sounds like a class A amp, with a bit of analogue delay and a big (cave maybe?) reverb


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#3 hurghanico

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Posted 25 September 2013 - 03:28 AM

The sound (is heard at 0:44-1:00,  1:14-2:00) Sounds like a high feedback delay, and a chorus..

 

the track has a very U2 like type sound, so as arislaf suggested a class A amp model should work nicely, I would add also a delay (analog echo maybe?) with a dotted eight tempo, it should do the trick, probably there is also a second delay with modulation that comes in only when a pedal is opened on some points of the phrases.. maybe an analog delay with modulation


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#4 gchaddock1972

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Posted 30 October 2013 - 11:10 AM

use delay with mod. If you run in stereo http://line6.com/cus...ne/tone/240447/


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#5 racah15

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Posted 08 December 2013 - 02:57 PM

Hey guys, sorry I never got back to this thread, I don't know why I didn't.

You guys rock, and thanks to everyone who responded.
 

gchaddock1972: Thanks! I ended up not using that sound though, although it was good and I have it in my library. Thanks!

 

I ended up making one that I think sounds pretty decent. I got one off a user here and modified it substancially. I was downloading clean tones and I heard the tone I wanted, and spent a few hours modifying it to how you guys said. I think it sounds close enough for me to be happy with, but it could still probably use some tweaking.
Here is the sound and some chords afterwards.

I am using an Ibanez s7420qm.

I am using the second pickup setting (Single coil front) with tone knob around 9 and volume at 8 or 9. During the chords I use all the pickup selections. The last one is full on bridge pickup.
Other than that, just the podhd500. No eq's or anything, this is straight from my DAW (except volume reduction, it's loud!)
What do you guys think?

https://soundcloud.c...pherycleandelay
 


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#6 racah15

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Posted 09 December 2013 - 10:27 PM

I doodled around with it for a day.


What do you guys think?

https://soundcloud.c...arduno/songidea


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#7 hardins1

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Posted 09 December 2013 - 11:18 PM

I like it sounds good. can you share the patch?

 


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#8 racah15

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Posted 10 December 2013 - 12:11 AM

Ofcourse! I'll upload it. And thanks

Ok I uploaded it. It wouldn't let me upload the original file, so I saved it as a .txt file. Just rename the extension to .h5e and it will work.
It's in the first post


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