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Trying to find a "ya ya" VSTi

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  • Trying to find a "ya ya" VSTi

    Like, it's a very punchy "YA" kind of vocal sound, but it's clearly not a vocal sound. I used to have an old RP200 guitar multi-effects unit by Digitech and one of the effects made the guitar sound like, "YA" and I recently heard the this synth tone in a song. I NEED IT. Where can I find it.. or better yet, is there an actual name for it?
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    • #3
      Formant filter?
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        I'm trying to find an actual instrument not an effect. I've got a few different formant filters, but I can't seem to get it right.. and the tutorials available online mostly suck. Unless I'm looking up the wrong thing.
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        • #5
          I'm not up on vst's, but it sounds like you want one that will give you a couple of bandpass filters at the same time.

          probably worth noting too that you won't get exactly the same sound using an envelope generator as you will using an actual guitar into an envelope follower, the second one is more complex
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          • #6
            http://www.synthmania.com/morpheus.htm

            You may have to edit the patch, but "Voc-Why" should act as a decent basis. I'm fairly sure one of the factory presets was also used in this track. I'm sure you can coax a good "Ya" out of it. Plus, the Morpheus is pretty cheap.
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            • #7
              I'm trying to find an actual instrument not an effect. I've got a few different formant filters, but I can't seem to get it right.. and the tutorials available online mostly suck. Unless I'm looking up the wrong thing.


              Basically, what you need is an ability to morph between an 'E' formant filter and an 'A' formant filter. I believe the Emu Morpheus had the ability to do this... in fact, I'm pretty sure it had a preset called "Ya-Ya".

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              • #8
                Thanks guys for the help! I used to have Morpheus-based vst on an old computer! I should see if the license is transferable!.. probably is.
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