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Creating really harsh walls within Industrial
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Author Creating really harsh walls within Industrial
noise_not_music
I dont usually make any strictly harsh noise stuff, I tend to stick more towards industrial/ambient stuff but I have been looking to add alittle harsh stuff recently and was wondering if you guys have any tips, gear-wise or just techniques. Id be going for stuff in the realm of Prurient- Military Road or Puce Mary- Paper Skirt:

https://www.youtube.com/shared?ci=MDIrRCvpsXI

https://www.youtube.com/shared?ci=gRrqEv0CgHk
weinglas
Gear wise you might want to take a look into fx pedals e.g. from industrialectric http://www.industrialectric.com/:


Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2J_5dsOP_Os

Or something from Metasonix: http://metasonix.com/index.php
Hi5
Feedback, shitty pedals, even shittier mixer with all the gains up.
Leave a mic out that's connected to said mixer while you're twiddling knobs for extra flavor.

Noise is easy

Did something similar with the modular here. Had a mic going into the flame FX6, couple feedback paths, and pushed everything.

[s]https://soundcloud.com/brianlabycz/phasechange[/s]
Prophetic
I like to use my CGS Wave Multiplier. Also, try feeding the output of a ring mod back into the modulator input.
burnn_out!
Hi5 wrote:
Feedback, shitty pedals, even shittier mixer with all the gains up.
Leave a mic out that's connected to said mixer while you're twiddling knobs for extra flavor.

Noise is easy

Did something similar with the modular here. Had a mic going into the flame FX6, couple feedback paths, and pushed everything.

[s]https://soundcloud.com/brianlabycz/phasechange[/s]


This post here nails it. Puce Mary & Prurient are fairly minimal in gear from what I've seen.
sparood
or do this something like this
cheap record player > broken/no record > overdrive > vca > delay > mixer ch 1
mic > overdrive > vca > mixer ch 2
mixer > distortion 2 > something else
MindMachine
A Boss SP sampler can be a good cheat. Scream/record/mic anything live while you play back samples of crazy shit. I use an SP 303 for this type of thing. Mute, reverse, etc. The effects are decent enough too. Currently using a Montreal Assy CT-5 for some instant odd as I play.

Sound effects cd's fed back into a cheap Behringer mixer... seldom works.

That Puce Mary is great. I just read an interview of them in Wire magazine.
felixer
Hi5 wrote:
mixer with all the gains up.

sparood wrote:
or do this something like this
.... > overdrive > vca > delay > mixer ch 1
.... > overdrive > vca > mixer ch 2
.... > distortion 2 > something else


distortion/fuzz. works every time hihi to make it wider/stereo (that 'wall') you could add delay/reverb.
you could get fancier, but start off with buying a bunch of distortion pedals for guitar. they're all slightly different. so experiment to see/hear which one works best with what source. then sell whatever you don't need. use that money to get a delay/reverb unit. needn't be something great/prestine. an old alesis microverb or midiverb will do the trick ...
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