Recreating The Classic Dr. Who Theme - On Guitar

US      28/05/10

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Every episode of Bill Ruppert's Effectology - a series where he creates classic sounds using effects pedals in a modular synth style manner - is fascinating. 

The latest episode, though, is especially fun as Ruppert recreates Delia Derbyshire's vintage electronic arrangement of the original Dr. Who theme, using just a guitar and Electro-Harmonix effects pedals. 

No keyboards, samplers or midi pickups were used.

Details on Ruppert's settings are available at the EHX forum.

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James Lewin
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