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Hello all

I'm looking to replicate the kind of tones that Jozef Dumoulin uses in these videos, on guitar. i really love his use of effects here



i'm really looking for these high pitched resonant 'bell tones', the attack, and the strange effect that happens on longer notes, as if the pitch was going down in a strange way.

So what i hear here is:base tone: light OD, ring mod, delay.
But i have no idea about what's happening with the 'organic modulation' that sometimes happen on longer notes .. i have no idea if its a modulation or something else, but it sounds like the note pitch is going downwards, and also the attack is strange, like as if the sound was from a pitch tracked and it lost the tracking somehow... i can'tr even describe that

from pics, i think he's playing with a roland multi effect that is used for ring mod, DL4, kaoss pad (maybe that's the strange effects here)

I don't know rhodes well enough to know what part of that sound comes from the rhodes and what comes from the effects..

Can you help ? :)


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Re: "Help a guitarist" What effects are used in this rhodes recording?
« Reply #1 on: December 14, 2016, 04:38:15 AM »
Jozef Dumoulin - A Fender Rhodes Solo - The Entry Point (Sounds like the background is being played back in reverse) and there's overdrive on the solo.

Jozef Dumoulin - A Fender Rhodes Solo - Inner White
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