Some guitarists understand the ways that delay can be used to change and enhance the sound of a passage/part.
In this video, Joe reveals the technique and the reasons why it works, and then shows how to apply it via several passages of a track he’s working on for his upcoming album.
It’s quite interesting to listen to the differences it can make, and at times it effectively transforms a mundane passage into something unique and dynamic, yet still fitting within the aesthetic of the song.
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Welcome to our quiz featuring 20 questions about stage monitoring and related issues. This is somewhat subjective and largely intended for entertainment purposes—better known as FUN for short - -although…