#1
So, i have been working more on the tone of my growling but i would like to know what kind of processing i have to do to get my vocals to be like
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sOOebk_dKFo&feature=related
at 2:55
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#3
Sounds like it's spoken through a megaphone.
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#4
thats coming from the upper back of his throat. its not the safest method of growling so dont hurt yourself. its basically done by tightening up your throat
#5
A lot of black metal guys do this. From the advice offered so far, you should be able to achieve the effect. Just be careful not to wreck your voice.
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A lot of black metal guys do this. From the advice offered so far, you should be able to achieve the effect. Just be careful not to wreck your voice.

I mean the reverb effect thingy with his voice. I know the vocal style, just not sure how to process my vocals for that "haunting" effect.
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#7
SansAmp...I'm not kidding, try it see what you get.
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#9
sounds like a Hi-Pass effect with verb.

Record your vocal, add a touch of reverb then EQ out the low end until you get that talking-on-the-phone kind of sound. Should do it.

For kicks, try bringing up your reverb plugin and turn the DRY signal all the way down.