Make Your Guitar Sound ‘Shimmer’ | Audio Files

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Published in SOS July 2010
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Find out exactly what effects Paul White is talking about in this month's Guitar Technology.

Paul White

The following audio files accompany this months' Guitar Technology feature (/sos/jul10/articles/shimmeringguitar.htm) on how to make your guitar sound 'shimmer' using chorus and other effects. The file names themselves should be pretty self-explanatory, but here's a little more detail:

Guitar Technology SOS July 2010 issue by Sound On Sound

DryLChorusR

The left side of this stereo track is dry (untreated), whereas the right channel is treated with a chorus effect.

DryLPitchCorrectionR

The left channel is dry, whereas the right channel has a pitch correction processor on it.

DryLPitchShiftR

The left channel is again dry, this time with a pitch shift processor on the right channel.

MonoChorus

A simple chorus effect on a mono audio track.

MonoChorusBeforeModDelay

A mono track with chorus effect followed by a modulated delay.

MonoModDelay

A mono audio track with a modulated delay.  .


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