#1
Are their any pedals or modules designed for the vocals, that'll give um a kind of shaky chorus and double the vocals? Or is their any guitar effect that will work well with the vocals?
I'm going to be using Death grunt/screaming with this, and I kinda wanna create a really desperate and Meshugga kinda sound.
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#3
Simultaneously use two different vocals ranges at once, and making them sound all wavy...
Sounds a wee bit difficult.
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#4
If you have a flanger or chorus pedal, why not try running your mic thru them and see what you get? I know people like to use the EHX Frequency Analyzer for a "robotic" sound on vocals. Maybe you'll get the results you're looking for from another guitar pedal.
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#5
phaser work well with vocals, as do certain pitch shifters, if you want something really crazy, get a synth with a good vocoder built in.
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