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Producer: Dave Free
Main genre: Hip-Hop / R&B
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Contributed by tlfrick (1 submission)
Im going to chalk it up too some great filtering.
Well unless there's another part of the Bastion soundtrack where it plays without the hi-hat, I think it's most plausible that it's been replayed
Honestly I don't even see why this even arguable. The synth is EXACTLY the same. The pitch is not even changed. And I take back what I said earlier about Delay and Reverb. It doesnt even sound like Dave Free applied any substantial effects to the sample.
That synth would be fairly easy to recreate
Its definitely not replayed. The synth sounds identical. The only effects it sounds like Dave Free really put on the sample is some extra reverb and a delay. Im very curious as to how he managed to completely filter out the hi hats while keeping the rest of the synth intact.
I think it could be replayed
how the hell did Dave Free eliminate the hi hats from the sample?
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