#2
vocals with effects = failure singer.
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#3
A bit crusher and a tunnel reverb.
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#4
vocals with effects = failure singer.


Not really?

A bit crusher and a tunnel reverb.


I'm new to vocal recording.
And in the process of setting up my drums for recording.
Are there any programs that can produce this vocal effect?
#5
Lots. The only programs I'm very familiar with are Protools and Logic and both could do this. The programs come with effects, but additional plugins are bought separately. They both have reverbs, as all programs should, but I'm not sure that either comes with a bit crusher.
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#6
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vocals with effects = failure singer.



You consider Cedric Bixler a failure as a singer?


Anyway, I haven't heard the song you're talking about, but what software are you using ?
There is poetry in despair.
#7
To me it sounds like a vocoder and then some chorus, (or it could be a flange) with reverb...

Vocal effects are fine to use just as long as they are not overused...but that's just my opinion on it all. FX on vocals =/= a failure.
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#8
I think the vocal effects are used very nicely in this song.
And I'm a Fruity Loops kind of person.

Anyone recommend any REALLY good programs for recording?
Free or not. Something I could learn from going through it and learning.
#10
GarageBand has a bitcrusher and reverb, among other plugins. Assuming you have a recent Mac, you have GarageBand installed already.
#11
+1 on the vocoder.

CT
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