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Creating a choir with multiple vocal tracks

Discussion in 'Vocals' started by dmmnola, May 17, 2009.

  1. dmmnola

    dmmnola Active Member

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    New Orleans
    I have reasonable luck creating a choir with my own voice on multiple vocal tracks with a little help from Voice Live by TC-Helicon's octave doubler to crank up my voice up or down an octave in some parts.

    I've been experimenting with changing the eq, adding vibrato, changing the pitch a couple of cents, and adding chorus and flanging effects to give each voice some variation.

    I have gotten the best results with the mic at close range (12 - 18 inches) rather than from a few feet away (which is usually the choir mic configuration).

    I'm open to any suggestions. Here's a sample in the first song "Whosoever".....
    http://www.reverbnation.com/dmmnola
     
  2. RemyRAD

    RemyRAD Member

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    Sep 26, 2005
    I think that's just fabulous sounding! I hope you didn't have to have sex change surgery to hit those high notes in the choir? You nailed it! And your lead vocal track is as impressive as the entire cut. Nice use of reverb which I like. You have a great voice. And this appears to be electronica religious dance music at its best? Pretty cool. So you boogie down to boogie up? I love it. You did an excellent job. No improvements necessary. Don't change anything.

    I still like to disco down
    Ms. Remy Ann David
     
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