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I got the chords on smash, cos I've been playing piano for a while now(anybody holla for an instructional dvd series I ripped while on a free trial)But yeahHow do they get that wahmp wahmp sound?Is it a wurlitzer/rhodes being processed through a wah pedallike

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do u make tunes hun?

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cool will check u out

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One of the most popular outboard effects for the Rhodes was the Wah-Wah Pedal. This foot pedal had an extreme impact on the Rhodes sound, virtually eliminating its bell-tone and emphasizing the midrange frequencies. The characteristic sound of this pedal came from its rocking foot control, which swept the center frequency of a bandpass filter to create the impression of a person saying "wow". The wah effect is commonly featured on early jazz fusion recordings by Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea and Joe Zawinul, usually producing a static EQ from being left in the "always on" state. You also hear this effect combined with the Fuzz Pedal in recordings from the early 70's, adding warm distortion to the sound for an even more funkified "fuzz wah" experience.
http://www.fenderrhodes.com/history/effects.phpwot programs u using? try an auto-wah effect, there's a couple of guitar effects suites knocking about these days that u can get, that would be ur best bet.
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Yeah Guitar Rig is the one, try and get Sonitus: Wah Wah from Cakewalk if you can.

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yh ermtheres 3 folders of avi files so lemme work out a way to upload them with the least effort

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turn the release and attack all the way down, adjust the other 2 and that should give You that sound or a similar sound that You like

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