Here's what I got!
EQD Black Ash
Pinebox Sirens (TRADED)
Mr. Black Doublechorus
JHS Morning Glory
EHX Oceans 11
Boss VB-2W (feeler)
Ss/bs Mini (feeler, just got this thing back lol)
Strymon Ojai r30 (TRADED)
Here's what I want! I really want an octave pedal. Specifically with sub octave, subsub would be even better! Some kind of Muff style pedal might be cool (fig fumb?). A Honeypot Fuzz? Boss CE-2W might be nice. Some other cool pedal.
I was discussing how music in my country does not favor low notes, there is practically no "famous" artist who uses something below F2-G2
This lack of reference never encouraged me to use my lowest notes that I reached when I spoke, but when singing, as no song had notes on that part of the scale, they just fell asleep.
After starting singing practice, I started to notice that I just didn't know how to sing the notes D # 2 - C2, I knew how to speak them but not reproduce by singing.
After a long time of training, I finally reached D2 and C2 that I thought were only possible with vocal fry. Today, I finally got a B1 that can be that can be held for a few seconds and is audible without a microphone.
I will continue to "dig" to perfect this low section of my voice.
I'm wondering if anyone else noticed this. But I rarely play with an Octane who doesn't run off and try to solo most of the game or are just straight up uncooperative.
Ex. Few games ago this dude was cussing me (Lifeline) out for taking the gold bag out of the vault because he(Octane) verbally called it a long time ago. Its not like he didn't have a purple bag either because thats what I dropped for him and the other had a purp. And he didn't specifically call for a gold bag just the bag that was in the vault.
And another thing they do is stand on the edge of every single fight just enough to be not helpful or obviously trying to take some cleanup...
What about your guys experience?
my bad I didn't catch the title typo
Preordered it when it was announced from Sweetwater, and it lives up to the hype. Hard to replicate that gritty OC-2 style low end crunchy octave deliciousness, but I've just been recording using my Helix 99.9999% of the time since I got that and the octave in there does well enough for the relatively few times I actually need to record something with octave. I do commercial work mostly, turns out low end Royal Blood stuff isn't really something most clients want, haha. The OC-5 does have polyphonic +1 octave too, so you can do all the shimmery POG stuff. And of course sounds killer on bass, especially when you take out the dry signal and play above the 12th fret — instant synth.
Got the box and box stuff, no velcro, lightly used.
Trade me something cool? I'm literally open to whatever floats my fancy. Feel free to make an offer if you just want to buy it, too.
Starting to think about trading/selling some other stuff, just mentioning in case anything floats your boat or you want a package deal: 3Leaf Audio Proton v3 envelope filter, ss/bs mini, Thorpy Fallout Cloud, Beetronics Octahive custom. Love each and every one of those, just don't really use them a ton for work, and obviously not touring or doing anything until probably 2022 at the earliest. But those pedals are kinda feelers at this point since I don't really need to get rid of them. But if you're interested in one or many of this stuff, we can talk. Talking never hurt anybody, right?
So I’ve been able to sing a C2 for a long time and have been frying just for funnzies, but I went from metal to a more theatrical technique and can finally reach the low fry
So far I’ve sung an A#1 but I’m far from done
Edit: Included Dimension C in Wants
I'm looking at building an octave down pedal for my guitar and I was wondering if this could harm my amp in any way
I wan't to record a bass line with my guitar and pitch it an octave down so it sounds like a bass. This is something I've done countless times in other DAWs but every method for doing this in Reaper I've tried sounds awful (the sound is "choppy" as if I'm using a tremolo effect and it sounds digitally distorted, its hard to describe but it sounds awful) I've tried it with Pitch an Octave Down and ReaPitch as well as some random free 3rd party pitch plugin I found and they all have the same problem. What should I do to fix this?
Idk if the question makes sense, am noob sorry
Is there an established way to specify whether the next chord should be played below or above the previous one (measured from the root) without having to write out the whole voicings in standard notation?
thinking about getting and octave mandolin or a bouzouki. Would love some thought on which people prefer and why, and recommendations for affordable but reliable brands. I'm leaning toward the Octave mandolin due to the intended tuning being the same as the regular. thanks.
The highest belted note I can think of in a Broadway musical is "two four six oh ONE!" and that is a B4 (I know some Valjeans go up to a C5 or even a D5 on "took my flight", but that is not actually written into the score)
Almost every male pop/rock singer can do it, and Broadway singers tend to have way more training than most pop/rock singers. Even I can do it (0:25 in this clip - a belted E5 and D5 in quick succession), and I'm not the world's greatest singer.
So why is it unheard of (or almost unheard of) for Broadway musicals to be full of male fifth octave belting?
I recently got back into playing bass and started to get some pedals for it. I picked up a used 2003 Warwick Corvette 5 string and love this thing so much compared to the $200 bass I had in college. Most of the pedals I have gotten so far have been rock solid. However, I'm having issues finding an octave pedal that plays nice with my bass.
First, I tried an MXR 288. In general, I was not impressed with how this pedal sounded but the most frustrating thing was that it seemed to have a lot of trouble properly tracking the input. The open A string was the worst offender, it seemed like it would track the correct note at first, but if I held a note it would jump up and down in pitch for about a second then settle back to the correct pitch. I thought it was defective and got it replaced. The new one did the exact same thing so I returned it. Someone suggested trying an Aguilar Octamizer so I ordered one. I like how this pedal sounds but it seems to have almost the exact same issue as the MXR with tracking the input.
I've tried running this pedal with other pedals, by itself, straight from the bass, in my amp's effects loop, adjusting the preamp on my bass, adjusting the EQ on my bass, but it always seems to have the same issue.
Has anyone had a similar issue in the past or have any ideas on how to fix it?