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getting that chorussy electronic vocal sound?

Discussion in 'Vocals' started by stelth3535, Nov 29, 2008.

  1. stelth3535

    stelth3535 Guest

    what is a good effect string to get a strong electronic vocal sound without losing ALL of your dynamic sounds that make your voice yours?
    kind of robotic, but still organic
     
  2. GeckoMusic

    GeckoMusic Guest

    Can you give an example of the type of sound you are trying to achieve? Delay based chorus effects don't effect the dynamics. The term "robotic" is normally associated with pitch quantization, vocoding, talk boxes, and harmonizers. I haven't heard it used to describe a vocal chorus effect.
     
  3. stelth3535

    stelth3535 Guest

    i have a vocoder and an auto tuner, but neither of them get what im trying for...and unfortunately in my genre, there aren't alot of examples to speak of that come to mind.

    il try to better explain myself

    i would like to find a sound similar to the hip hop trendy autotuned vocoded sound, but more of an organic feel
    like a quasi futurist expiremental android voice more reminiscent of a scifi movie
    something fuller, and with more of a dynamic t0 the sound than what iv found i can muster up with the vocoder or auto tune or a combo of both
     
  4. Greener

    Greener Guest

    "i would like to find a sound similar to the hip hop trendy autotuned vocoded sound, but more of an organic feel
    like a quasi futurist expiremental android voice more reminiscent of a scifi movie"

    Can I use that in my signature?
     
  5. Space

    Space Well-Known Member

  6. Greener

    Greener Guest

    [youtube:ce367cddc7]http://www.youtube.com/v/rSlRNLcfr8g[/youtube:ce367cddc7]
     
  7. BrianaW

    BrianaW Active Member

    Hi,
    Have you tried doing the Autotune or Vocoder and then mixing it with the dry track? Or do vocal doubles and pitch shift one slightly? It really is hard to give answers without an example. If you could come up with even a short sample, someone here could definitely tell you how to get the sound. There are quite a few seasoned pro's around here who've helped me out on more than one occasion. :)
     

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