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    Default Need help identifying EFX!

    Hi guys, i'm wondering if u guys can identify what efx is used here?

    I have a certain song but it sounds different from the live mix by Armin,



    at 3.16 & 3.45, do u guys know what efx he is using to make it that much higher pitched? love the effect!

    this is the original!



    thanks so much and cheers guys!
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    As far as i can see he is using the fx on the djm 2000 and not any external efx unit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Melkon View Post
    As far as i can see he is using the fx on the djm 2000 and not any external efx unit.

    any idea wat it is? transpose?
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    It's just a high pass filter, with a lot of resonance to get that "woosh" sound.

    As the track has a kind of rythmic "acceleration" each time he uses the filter, I can't tell if it's a high pass filter with an LFO or not.
    If it has an LFO, it must be set to something like 1/16 of a bar.

    Try both and you'll see.
    Last edited by dope; 04-30-2012 at 05:58 PM.

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    I think its a high pass with a trans at a high rate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Melkon View Post
    I think its a high pass with a trans at a high rate.
    At 3:16 maybe, but not 3:45.
    Trans + HPF requires 2 hands and at 3:45 he's only using one. Hence my LFO suggestion.

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    What software is he using on the computer?

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    Tough to tell for sure with YT sound quality but it sounds like it's just the pio high pass filter turned quickly up, then quickly down. He did this a fair bit in his mix at Ultra.

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    Quote Originally Posted by keeb View Post
    Tough to tell for sure with YT sound quality but it sounds like it's just the pio high pass filter turned quickly up, then quickly down. He did this a fair bit in his mix at Ultra.
    I think u're right man. Thanks so much for the inputs guys! I tried every filter/fx in TP2. Chirping noise using LFO, was weird, haha.
    Best result i got was from filter up and down quick. but the volumes dropped badly each time, so i eq-ed up the highs for the 1 beat.

    http://soundcloud.com/daojun/dj-orio...re-white-birds

    Does it sound somewhat similiar to you guys? Take a listen pls! Thanks so much!
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    Sounds really close, so you used filter turned to the right and back real quick aswell as the highs?

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