Conjugal Burns bass sound with a Moog Mooger Fooger [pedal chaining & review]
I have been getting asked about the bass sound on the last song off of Bedlam In Goliath, “Conjugal Burns” so I thought I would show how you can create it. When the bass was tracked, there were two ring modulators used. One was the Maestro ring modulator and the other was Moog’s Mooger Fooger ring modulator. Here I show you how you can get the sounds with the ring modulator that is still manufactured which is the Mooger Fooger. There are so many great things a musician can do with this effect. You can get super sci’fi sounds or you can get very synth-esque tones. I like using the ring mod to do segway sounds in a Mars Volta set. If you have heard live bootlegs of us, a lot of times you will here the ring modulator coming from my bass amplifier. The Mooger Fooger is great but I believe you can never own too many ring modulators and I will cover a few others in upcoming videos.