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Short of a definitive answer, but this quote: For the car, Bob [Ezrin] walked from the Record Plant studio with microphones recording the sounds of him opening the door, starting the engine of a studio employee's car parked on 44th Street, and playing with the stick shift.1 Also found a reference to the book Shout it Out Loud: The Story of Kiss’s "...


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This it the last page of the score. That's a lot of noise. I have no idea what you are hearing, but I can't hear anything that's not in the score. You might possibly be hearing the organ which enters on the previous page. Mahler writes "Volles Werk" (full organ: all stops out) over the entry, but it's possible that the organist saves a couple of stops and ...


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There are a lot of different synthesizer sounds going on at that point, so I'm not sure exactly which one you mean, but all of the sounds are made on a 1970's style additive synthesizer (or an emulation of one). To make sounds like this you need any plug-in that emulates an old school analog synthesizer (doesn't need to be called 'Moog' which is still a ...


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What you hear is the electric piano preset on many electronic keyboards, run through a chorus in this particular case. Electric piano presets were typically modified after the Fender Rhodes piano, a piano heavily used to make R&B and soul in the 70s and 80s¹, to varying degrees of success. The Electric Piano was perhaps famously inserted on Kurzweil's ...


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Obviously, he was using guitar, but you are probably wondering what guitar effects he was using. The main effect for "Machine Gun" live was a pedal called a univibe. He also used a FuzzFace-style pedal and a wah-pedal. The univibe was invented as an attempt to imitate a Leslie Rotating speaker. In the picture (from Woodstock) below, the pedals are (from ...


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The song is Solar Echoes from Frederic Theze and my guess is that its genre is new age cause i think its made from cymatics.


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The choir vocals are very obviously auto-tuned. Almost all pop songs nowadays use this. The effect has become so ubiquitous that that's the only sound a lot of people know. They're also using some reverb,


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