Comfortably Numb Mix
bleez
Nov 8 2017, 11:48 PM
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the second solo in Comfortably Numb, is it double tracked?
sometimes it kinda sounds panned more in the left side but Im not sure mellow.gif

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Rammikin
Nov 9 2017, 12:29 AM
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What you hear is a comp of multiple takes, stitched together, but only one guitar at a time. The effects are stereo though, so the sound is different on the two sides.

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Little known about The Wall is that L.A. studio guitarist extraordinaire Lee Ritenour, according to a 2000 David Gilmore interview, "played one of the two high strums on "Comfortably Numb" and some rhythm guitar on "Is There Anybody Out There?"

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Nov 9 2017, 07:48 AM
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The effects are done well so the stereo field is HUGE. However, doubling your solos is a great way, imho, of making them stand out and sound cool. Not everyone can double their solos. It takes a bit of practice. But it's a skill worth working on. Also, you can always do the trick of doubling your solo then deviating to a harmony bit then go back to doubling it, which really gives nice dynamics to a solo smile.gif

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the second solo in Comfortably Numb, is it double tracked?
sometimes it kinda sounds panned more in the left side but Im not sure mellow.gif

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bleez
Nov 9 2017, 07:58 AM
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QUOTE (Rammikin @ Nov 8 2017, 11:29 PM) *
What you hear is a comp of multiple takes, stitched together, but only one guitar at a time. The effects are stereo though, so the sound is different on the two sides.

I wouldn't have guessed it was 1 guitar, totally thought it was 2 biggrin.gif is it more dominant on one side? is it the delay that is giving it a bit of a 2 guitar vibe in some places?
my ears are crap, maybe it doesn't sound like 2 guitars in the slightest!

what about the solo in 'Money', thats 2 guitars.... right? huh.gif

* I know its the floyd and they were a bit good at this sort of thing!

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