doctorbob wrote:@Eauson -- nice to see another person using WatKat! Such an iconic unit in its time. Who didn't push the swell knob up to get that raspy building feedback sound??? Also remember seeing Eire Apparent live, and their roady/FOH guy pick up the mixer and start shaking it around - why??? Well, it had a spring reverb in it and he was creating an "effect" …
Nice track btw … still working on my track. The WatKat is making the "guitar" sound good - not to reverby wet, just nice clear sound with a little echo there if you listen for it ...
Also had a talk by (THE) John Williams, and he demoed some stuff after talking about classical guitar for an hour. He borrowed the school groups guitar and you guessed it, the Watkins Copykat … this was late 1960's!
I actually stole the idea from you
The swell I had to turn down a lot, as it appeared to add a lot of noise, so I added Steinberg karlette aswell
The track I was making used a lot of the LFO saw dwn on the fm, so I tried to flatten it using the tape delays, the synchronisation is way off, as I played the majority of the track in by hand, n order to get a live feel
Airwindows pure echo is v nice, has multitap so can act as a gluey type of thing for sounds. He has a vst called guitar conditioner, like an eq setup, I think it should be legit for OsC?
Having someone like JW play @ your school, how cool is that, anyways, better get back to??
I look forward to your music once more dB
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