#2
Slamming it with a compressor like the empirical labs distressor or a 1176 style compressor (and I mean SLAMMING... at least a 4:1 ratio and very fast attack/release) and then saturating the piss out of it with an API 512 or 3124 before it hits your audio interface will get you a very nice gritty sound. I imagine you are recording harsh death metal/deathcore vocals?
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#3
not particularly death metal, but I'm just trying to make the vocals sound like they're coming out from an old radio, that really distorted sound u hear on some rock songs.

Thanks for the tips tho
#4
Oh, you mean that kind of distortion.

Then **** what I just said.

Highpass the vocals at around 800 hz and low pass them at around 4-5khz. Then, from there play with the cutoff of the filters to your liking. That will give it a radio affect.
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