Just - Radiohead - Sped Up Reverb
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I used the deluxe reverb for the clean sound, trick is to get the bias tremolo in time with the song, undulating but not too overpowering. I put the bias trem in between the amp and the mixer on only one channel speed 4.8hz and depth 100% mix 55%, also compression + neck single coil will give you that big sound. I used a vetta juice b4 the amp and a tube comp after... Try the DR Z cab with the deluxe reverb too. I just used a stock recto for the heavey part. Everything is panned center. I thought the clean sound was harder to comp that the buzz saw parts...
The band made extensive use of the different rooms and acoustics in the house. The vocals on \"Exit Music (For a Film)\" feature natural reverberation achieved by recording on a stone staircase, and \"Let Down\" was recorded in a ballroom at 3 a.m. Isolation allowed the band to work at a different pace, with more flexible and spontaneous working hours. O'Brien said that \"the biggest pressure was actually completing [the recording]. We weren't given any deadlines and we had complete freedom to do what we wanted. We were delaying it because we were a bit frightened of actually finishing stuff.\" Yorke was satisfied with the recordings made at the location, and enjoyed working without audio separation, meaning that instruments were not overdubbed separately. O'Brien estimated that 80 per cent of the album was recorded live, and said: \"I hate doing overdubs, because it just doesn't feel natural. ... Something special happens when you're playing live; a lot of it is just looking at one another and knowing there are four other people making it happen.\" Many of Yorke's vocals were first takes; he felt that if he made other attempts he would \"start to think about it and it would sound really lame\".
During the preparations and the session itself, Plank posted several times on his blog at stringsreunited.com: Ugh!......Thurs 19th OctIseem to have a bad case of Man flu, so am wandering around feelingsorry for myself, moaning and drinking endless cups of Lem Sip..Anyway,enough of that........ I am getting asked the same questions fairlyregularly so will be setting up a FAQ page soon, there is a bit ofdelay answering queries or posts due to being a tiny bit busy!.......but, as before I am happy to answer Tech / Guitar / Woodwork /Electronics questions if I can......SO...Jonny's current vox is a standard AC30-6 Top Boost re-issue runningwith mesa boogie valves, this changes often, with the previous touringamp being a Dave Petersen special, which are bulletproof! - these ampsare currently used flat out all day every day for the 'We will Rockyou' stage show and just keep on going - if a little hot!........Workingout different ways of getting these amps to sing, I have experimentedwith kicking the input voltage up via a large transformer, this soundsgreat but this shortens the life of good quality valves considerablyand cheap ones last about 10 minutes !! A powerbrake of some kindis a good way of squeezing extra drive from the speakers whilst keepingthe volume to a useable level......... These go in line between the ampoutput and the speakers and will have a rotary or stepped control, besure to select the correct impedance or you may damage your amp! Weare having a bit of a sort through the mountain of equipment and willshortly be selling some radiohead amps and bits and pieces, hope topost these up next week.That reminds me, the original impetus forstarting the site was Eds guitar being stolen ( as well as everythingelse!) there is a picture and description on the Stolen Equipment list,please have a look as I know that many fans of the band look at thissite and it would be great to find it!... Spending today piano movingand sorting stuff out for round 2 next week....... :-)
A bit parky............Fri 3rd NovemberA late night last night, woke up freezing about 6am after falling asleepwith the window wide open..................spent the morning drinkingmany cups of tea and removing spring reverb gubbins from boogie amp andbuilding it into a stand alone thing. Did you know..........Thespeed of sound is approximately 340m per second and the frequency of asound wave is measured in cycles per second. (hz) The distance a soundwave travels in one cycle is known as the wavelength. Thewavelength is equal to the speed of sound divided by the frequency,so.....a sound wave at 34hz (just below c#1) has a wave length of340/34 = 10m............... I have been getting some good resultswith the space echo tapes - I can make some up if anyone needsany.....................as for batteries, I am mostly using procellwhich have about 9.45 volts when new and are particularly good in radiopacks down to about 8v and can then be used in effects pedals, GBS area good supplier (01708 769222) and cheap as long as you buy more thanjust one or two...... pic is of Kalimba :-)
Know what I mean ........Wednesday 15th NovemberA good day today, made better by hearing the old Young Chang pianosounding good after many hours have been spent working on it, repairingbroken and worn hammers and shafts that have become tired after a fewyears wear and tear, a great piano!!re: Infinite sustain......powered by 9 volt batteries, the Fernandessustainer unit generates a magnetic field, which causes the strings tovibrate............ The sustainer circuit produces magnetic pulses viathe neck driver pickup, causing the strings to vibrate which are inturn picked up (!) by the bridge humbucker...........resulting ininfinite sustain, which works well......Aswell as all the instructions being printed in Japanese, it is tricky toretro fit as there is very little room inside the Strat to fit thecircuit board and it may be necessary to rout a cavity for thebattery......Fernandes do make a guitar with the unit already fitted..re:Microphonic pickups: sometimes you can get a pickup that squeals andbecomes microphonic, this is usually due to vibration in the pickupcoils - this can be reduced greatly by 'potting', which is done bydipping the coil in molten wax, as the wax cools it hardens and sealsthe coils - a fairly messy and slightly risky job but cheap andeffective !.....This used to be done by Fender several years ago but many are now lacquered, which can become brittle and break...Already working out equipment and logistics for next session, trying toremember what went in which case and making many lists which end upcovered in scribbles...........making a 1u spring reverb thingy.....it's just after midnight and sleepy -could be time for a cup of coffeeand some more soldering......... pic is of Harry :-)
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