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Gear selection helps, but much of the tone comes from the way the strings are played.

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This allows David to use many different pedals, yet still sound like himself.

Much of what people think is the gear making a solo sound good is simply the fingers making the gear sound good.

you can use content in any way as long as the content owners are credited and it would be courteous if you could acknowledge the source by linking or referring to the site. 2016 *The name: ‘120 Years of Electronic Music’ project was begun in 1996; considering electronic music started around 1880 this was quite an accurate title for the time.

I do not want to repeat the information that can be found there, but I felt since I do my own thing here with sound clips that a general guide to those effects is necessary, but I highly recommend you check out Gilmourish for a comprehensive guide to all of David Gilmour's gear and an album by album gear guide.

Modulation like Boss chorus and a Uvi-Vibe type pedal can also be used, but David used very little modulation in this period.

They are not pedals, and it is almost cliche to say this, but majority of what is perceived as Gilmour's tone and sound really does come from his fingers.

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and even Moog (in the original instruments) and Buchla’s modular synthesisers.

More recently interest in atonality and non-manual control has re-surfaced with software synthesis and audio computer languages.

As well as developing new physical interface models another channel of exploration was to use electronic musical instruments to free the composer from problems associated with performers and performance; removing the musician from the process of musical production allowing the composer to create pure unadulterated music concepts.

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