#1
like, how to get the sound of like screaming into a megaphone.
When you have no megaphone.
How is that accomplished?
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#2
line 6's podfarm has that vocal effect.
could try tweaking your EQ, turn up the treble and cut the bass. it may give a simalar sort of sound.
#3
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line 6's podfarm has that vocal effect.
could try tweaking your EQ, turn up the treble and cut the bass. it may give a simalar sort of sound.


Thank you thank you.
ill try that real quick.
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I hope he gets a blood disease and dies alone and screaming.


I mean that in the nicest way possible of course.
#5
Megaphones cause a light feedback so I'd add in a light distortion or something, then Boost the upper mids (700-900hz??) and go from there, add some highs and I'd cut off a lot of your lows too.
See how that goes
#6
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Megaphones cause a light feedback so I'd add in a light distortion or something, then Boost the upper mids (700-900hz??) and go from there, add some highs and I'd cut off a lot of your lows too.
See how that goes


+1 this, megaphones are designed to reproduce the most vital area you need to hear the human voice so cut a lot of the sound apart from the upper mids. Use a lot of high/low passing and a bit of distortion as mentioned above and you should be in the ballpark.
#7
While 700-900hz is technically "high mids" range, all you're gonna get if you boost there is honk which is gonna **** with the ability to make out the words. So boost a little higher. Try 2khz-5khz. But be careful, it'll get harsh quickly.
Add some distortion and a light slapback delay and a bit of verb and you're away.
#8
Filters. Low Pass and High Pass, so that, like someone else said, you will be left with primarily mids.

Put mids on 10 and bass/treble on 0 on your guitar amp to mimic the sound for guitar.

Also,
if you have fruitty loops (flstudio) then you can go into their effects and they have a preset.
#9
high pass filter and really short, moderately heavy reverb. You could also use a band pass filter set to 700 Mhz - 1 Khz (you can toy with this to make it work better with your voice.) in place of the HP filter.
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#10
Megaphone gives a certain pitch to your voice....if you turn up the treble and turn down the bass you will get that kinda dry sound....adjust the color a little more with the mid....also you want to get that reverb effect so try that...maybe a short delay...play with that for a while it may sound similar...