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Fix You Guitar Sound

Xylobryte7

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Sep 4, 2012
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Messing around in GarageBand with the multitrack and want to try to replicate live version in an instrumental. I cannot play guitar, but have tried to use my keyboard to play the guitar parts. Anyone know of a way to make it sound more like the liver version? It'd be much appreciated.
 

fuzzyman20

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Messing around in GarageBand with the multitrack and want to try to replicate live version in an instrumental. I cannot play guitar, but have tried to use my keyboard to play the guitar parts. Anyone know of a way to make it sound more like the liver version? It'd be much appreciated.
Do you have Omnisphere ?
 

Deano

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Nov 27, 2008
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Jonny uses 2 separate delays both set with different delay times to get the sound at the end of Fix You. I use a combination of my TC Electronic D-Two rack delay and a second delay from a Line6 M5 to achive the sound live. I can't remember what delay times I have them set to off the top of my head though but I could have a look next time I've got a show.
 

Xylobryte7

Livin' life in Technicolor
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Jonny uses 2 separate delays both set with different delay times to get the sound at the end of Fix You. I use a combination of my TC Electronic D-Two rack delay and a second delay from a Line6 M5 to achive the sound live. I can't remember what delay times I have them set to off the top of my head though but I could have a look next time I've got a show.
Not sure how I could do that with my keyboard lol
 
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