#1
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oATcLP3kqzc

In this performance what effect is the bassist using on his voice in the chorus? Not the "supermassive black hole" part, but the "glaciers melting in the dead of night..." and so on.

Also, how on earth is Matt making that screeching noise at the beginning of the solo?? Is it something he's doing with all those effects he has built into his guitar??
#2
sounds like a rotary speaker with a flanger/phaser or maybe chorus

octaver perhaps?
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#3
Quote by GeekInThePink
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oATcLP3kqzc

In this performance what effect is the bassist using on his voice in the chorus? Not the "supermassive black hole" part, but the "glaciers melting in the dead of night..." and so on.

Also, how on earth is Matt making that screeching noise at the beginning of the solo?? Is it something he's doing with all those effects he has built into his guitar??


on the little break I hear a vocoder type of thing. (takes his vocals and runs it through a synth.... gets like a bass robot voice)

for the "glaciers melting...."
I just here someone singing a 5th harmony in there cant hear any FX..... it is a pretty crappy recording though.... or at least compressed on youtube it is.
#4
There might be some kind of phaser, but there's definitely some other effect making that kinda poppy sound.

I don't think I hear an octaver anywhere.

What is the "little break?"

There are only two vocalists onstage. Matt, the lead singer/guitarist doing the falsetto part, and Chris, the bassist, who's doing the "glaciers." Pitch-shifter/harmonizer perhaps?