I mean beginning part. There are a lot of tracks that has this sound, but I can’t get something close to this. It would be great to know some plugin that can make similar sound to this one.
Sounds like electric guitar harmonics. As Im sure you know guitar harmonics come out cleaner or barely audible on certain areas on the neck on a real guitar, so obviously from a sample program though, too perfect.
This are guitar harmonics or overtones. You’ll get that sound when you slightly touch the string over the 5th, 7th or 12th string while you pick it. There are other harmonics on other parts of the string but these 3 are the most common. Since you only have a limited choice of tones I made my own samples from bass and guitar to use this sound in a wider range of keys. If you are interested send me an email over my profile.
muted delayed electric guitar harmonics – Wavesfactory has great VSTi for that
It should be the harmonics effects with the vst RealStrat (electric guitar from MusicLab). Of course with delay and amp
Is it just me, or is there a Marimba in there too?
So I was right where I thought that this sound is guitar harmonics, but I think this wasn’t played on guitar, because sound is to perfect:) It must be some sample program, but not RealStrat – I remember RealStrat harmonics – they sound different:) I need to try Wavesfactory.
Thank You for Your replies!
Here you can get some useful info about harmonics!http://graphicriver.net/forums/thread/recording-guitar-harmonics/116624
As about those particular sound it’s -
The library that is producing the ‘famous’ harmonic sound that you hear here I am almost certain is from ‘Evolve Mutations’ http://www.native-instruments.com/en/products/komplete/orchestral-cinematic/evolve-mutations/
In the ‘4 Tonality and FX / Melodic’ folder there are two excellent harmonics patches.
INST GTR Stranger Harmonics MW.nki
INST GTR Dangerous Harmonics MW.nki
The ‘Stranger Harmonics’ patch is used frequently on tracks here, it’s very good and allows you to do stuff you’d never be able to do realistically on a real guitar.