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Old 09-03-2010, 09:26 PM   #1
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Hi, I'm wondering about a certain effect I think edge is using during the song. It starts at like :52.



Its kinda hard to describe, I guess kind of a ringing noise? Any help??
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Hi, I'm wondering about a certain effect I think edge is using during the song. It starts at like :52.



Its kinda hard to describe, I guess kind of a ringing noise? Any help??
Hey is that the sound that kind of like vibrates of trembles kinda um I don't know the word but I thought that sound was a keyboard/synth sound? But I'm not sure. I know theres a guitar backing track somewhere where you can hear it really well but I forgot where I got it. I'll try and see for you anyway
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Yes thats the sound
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