#1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f6eubXGeHBs

Just wondering.. I want to get a sound like that, using only my voice.. I know these guys only used the lead vocalist for that sound...

It reminds me of kids singing, etc.. and I have a deeper voice, etc., so I'm just wondering if there are any artificial means of getting a legit sounding duplicate effect of this.

Any help would be appreciated!
#2
i know antares have seveal vocal altiration effects that change the sound of the voice to a certain extend. but of course nothing beats the real thing.
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#4
Well I'd need to change my voice a few octaves some how. And I've tried that toolkit out. Doesn't work very well. :\
Last edited by PowerPopGuy at Nov 12, 2009,
#5
a pitch shifter?
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#6
Sing in all the different 'voices' you can manage, then double them up and go mad with FX.

Msot crucially, you need a something that will adjust the formant of the voice.
It's complete trial-and-error but give it some thought and I'm sure you'll get decent results.
#7
a shitload of overdubs with various pitch shifting effects on each (make sure that they are all varied by at least a few cents.
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#8
Quote by kyle62
Sing in all the different 'voices' you can manage, then double them up and go mad with FX.

Msot crucially, you need a something that will adjust the formant of the voice.
It's complete trial-and-error but give it some thought and I'm sure you'll get decent results.


Hm, formant?