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    I remember reading somewhere that Ed uses his harmoniser to detune to 98?(I think this is correct).
    I'm not sure exactly how to duplicate this. I've got a chorus and flanger but am not sure which to use and how to use it. Would it be a long deep sweep or a mild chorus sound?
    Any ideas?
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    Originally posted by sean112:
    I remember reading somewhere that Ed uses his harmoniser to detune to 98?(I think this is correct).
    I'm not sure exactly how to duplicate this. I've got a chorus and flanger but am not sure which to use and how to use it. Would it be a long deep sweep or a mild chorus sound?
    Any ideas?
    Ok I had the same queastion a few months ago, anyway what Ed is doing is detuning and delaying one side of his sound, so when he plays it sounds like a really good chorus, you have to play in stereo to get that sound and you won't be able to it just using a chorus .
    my GNX that I use for recording has a dtune feature that you can just put on one side, and also my live rigs Oberhiem has a pitchdelay that I use just on one side, they are poor mans hamonizers but work well, I know TC electronics
    has soomething out that will do it and I'm sure several other do as well but again if your not playing in stereo it's all for not.
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    Thanks Rol!
    I'm in stereo using a Digitech DSP128plus which doesn't have a harmoniser.
    I figured that if I turn up the chorus delay and level and left speed and depth at 0, it might have a similar effect.
    Am I right in thinking that the clean parts of 'Best of both worlds' are a good example of this sound?
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    The Eventide killed Ed's tone. MO

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    Originally posted by sean112:
    Thanks Rol!
    I'm in stereo using a Digitech DSP128plus which doesn't have a harmoniser.
    I figured that if I turn up the chorus delay and level and left speed and depth at 0, it might have a similar effect.
    Am I right in thinking that the clean parts of 'Best of both worlds' are a good example of this sound?
    well I think anything after 1984 had a harmonizer on it, it has been a main part of what people cal his "overprocessed" sound since 5150.
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