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PostPosted: Tue Nov 08, 2005 5:49 am 
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You don't wanna hear me sing the first time , much less the second. :shock:

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My heavens where has this post been? Or to be fair where have I been?! I was posting asking the maglight gods to shine infinite wisdom down on me when all i had to do is scroll down further. Excuse the obscurism of the invalent in the wee hours of the work day!
Till then I cut from the scene ponly to resubmerge in some obscure back lit studio room question!
Thanks for the posts all.. "I feel smater I is I do" structure failure on purpose I always say!

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Almost sounds like you're quoting Shakespeare somewhere in there.

Hmmm...


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[quote="guitarmystic"]Almost sounds like you're quoting Shakespeare somewhere in there.

i probally was in some deep secret way. It tends to stick with you if you have english as a major more than the average amount of preferred years in a university.
Now I have a degree that says I are smart!

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I have a degree in something but I forgot what it was. :)

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Robbie wrote:
I have a degree in something but I forgot what it was. :)


I stayed at a Holiday Inn Select once. Does that count? (American tv commercial)

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Yours is probably better! :lol:

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i agree that holiday inn stay is better than my degree!
It certainly was much cheaper and i could have been doing the same job i am now!
Plus they have a pool!
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 Post subject: Re: doubling vocals
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Ive tried this method and I get this unwanted phasing sound to the vocals. Am I doing something wrong?


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 Post subject: Re: doubling vocals
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Try decreasing the delay and/or the detune amount. I've run into that especially on horn sounds.

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