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PostPosted: Mon Oct 28, 2019 12:07 am 
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Hey guys. I'm back at it, buzzing on the daily and closing in on my goal of beginning to perform live in my city with buzz.

Anyways I play a classical guitar with delay and distortion, and for certain sections I would like to find some way to increase the sustain of my instrument. The classical guitar's decay is pretty short.

So I can use delay/reverb, but they I get long tails that make chord changes too messy sounding for what I'm intending.
I am experimenting with running a compressor with a really low threshold so everything is getting clamped and raised up, and I'm having some success with that. Of course there is some increased risk of feedback. My instrument is an acoustic with a piezo, and is susceptible to feedback, so I run it's signal through a parametric EQ and aggressively cut it's feedback frequencies.

Any recommendations?


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