#1
I didn't know where to put this or how I should search with searchbar so I'll just go ahead and ask:

Where could I get such a plugin that I could add there my own sample (like, something I recorded from a mic or such) and then I could "play" the note at a certain pitch from my USB keyboard? What are these plugins called?

EXAMPLE:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=46de7qPgcyg

I want to do it just like that man does at 1:00 and then 1:11

Thanks for help, in advance...!
#3
Quote by tjbhdeath squad
hey I know what you are talking about and I know somebody who does the same thing, check her out!!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dHk2lLaDzlM

she used 'Digitech Vocalist Workstation' if that helps

That's not actually the same thing. That's a vocoder which works with a live input, rather than pre-recorded samples. (I'm pretty sure that's right at least.)

I would much appreciate something that does what TS is after though.
#5
I don't know if it's a generic plugin that you could "drop" into another DAW, but Reaper has a plugin called "virtual instrument" or some such that does exactly this. I use it for my drum arrangements. Basically you assign an audio file sample to the "instrument" and set the option to pitch-shift it based on the note, and voila.
#6
That's called a 'Sampler' and there are tons of them. Kontakt is one, and you buy different packs to go in it, idk if you can make your own. I make my own in Ableton Live with the Sampler instrument, but that plugin is Live-specific. I know there are more, so just search for a free sampler plugin.
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