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How do you achieve this vocal distortion effect?

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  • How do you achieve this vocal distortion effect?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54hUDN5yVd4

    I know he is a real to real guy, but how about in pro tools?


  • #2

    If I did not hate that band so much I would give you the answer.

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    • #3

      D wrote:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=54hUDN5yVd4

      I know he is a real to real guy, but how about in pro tools?


       

      use a distortion pedal, plugin...

       

      or put the vocal mic into your mouth until clipping, then make a youtube video for further sonic reduction

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      • Snaporaz
        Snaporaz commented
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        oh, ProStools turning into an Ampex or Studer machine

         

         

         

         


    • #4

      mic choice can make a big difference... i use a shure bullet or placid audio copperphone when i'm going for a distorted style vocal

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      • Rudolf von Hagenwil
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        when you use a good microphone, i.e. a Telefunken, or a Neumann, or even better a NU-47, or a Swedien #, then you never have to think about the recorded sonic quality anymore, and you never have to regret anything in the future


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