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http://remixmag.com/tech_features/remix_audio_idol/index.html


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Thanks for sharing 8) !

A good read, for sure.

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Thanks for the lead. Particularly interested in the pitch correction part which I need to study in more detail


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At lot in this articlel can be done with the G 's editing tools. 8)

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kinda why i thought it was a good link.
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Here is another one with some similiar and some additional tips;
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/document ... rc=3NL6E4A

But I don't quite get how to do the "Creepy Vocal" tip (Tip 5)...I had read up on FM synthesis a while back and only have a vague memory of modulating a "carrier wave" and it mentions something about a using a vocoder. Sound like it could be a cool effect for somethings.

Can anyone explain how this is done more explicitly?

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Vocoders have been used alot...like the "talking guitar" used by Frampton and Walsh. Usually it's used with a guitar or keys as the input, but here they talk about using the voice as the input, and instead of using the human mouth as a the modulator, you'd use pink noise.

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And, yeah, that's a good article, Mac...it's always gratifying to know that you've been doing it right, and if not, where you could do better.

One of the things it mentions is the "debate" about breaths. I, as a rule, almost always eliminate them unless there is a really compelling reason to do otherwise.

And, it's a shame that the G doesn't have a fader function in it's edit tools. I don't mean to go as far as crossfades, just having a simple fader in the wave function, in and out, with a simple curve that would be shaped as a function of time selected.

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