• Space - reverbs are added to add a sense of space or delays to bring an extra rhythmic dimension to the sound.
• Modulation - adding sonic ‘movement’ to the sound using a phaser, fl anger or chorus can help to make a vocal sound ‘futuristic’ or thicker, depending on the settings.
• Distortion - adding extra bite or edge to the sound through additional harmonics. You could also class the Redux plugin in this category, and this brings extra scope for mashing up the sound through sample rate reduction and bit depth adjustment.
All of these effects types could be combined and adjusted in real-time via midi control to add some extra spice to a vocal performance.
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In our example this week, I take a vocal and process it through my custom Effects Rack that focuses on re-pitching the vocal. Watch the video to see the Rack in action and then take a look behind the scenes at how the effect was made. You can download the rack for yourself by clicking here.”
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