Can anyone identify this sound effect

Discussion in 'Digital Audio' started by axforts, May 12, 2010.

  1. axforts macrumors member

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    Hey everyone, trying to figure out what sound/voice effect is used here, and maybe even where I could find a way to reproduce this effect with a custom voice recording of my own(preferably free or cheaply)

    Thanks everyone, heres the sample clip. No download required
    http://myspacefilehosting.com/lmjyz/sample2.wav.html
     
  2. rpb macrumors newbie

    rpb

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    #2
    Hi, what you hear are copies of the original phrase in different pitches.

    To make the effect more 'loose' you can just record the phrase a couple of times. One whispering, one talking, one screaming. And combine them in different pitches (keeping the original speed).

    Good luck.
     
  3. SFXsource macrumors newbie

    SFXsource

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    exactly right, just lay on the pitch shifter multiple times on different tracks
     
  4. axforts thread starter macrumors member

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    seems to be a bit more than just pitch shifts, doing that with my own voice hasnt led to the desired effect. heres what ive tried

    Drop pitch by 15%, (i.e. -15%),
    Bassboost 150Hz by 10db
    Delay: delay time 0.05 sec, 5 echoes, 5db decay amount .

    but i think its got some vocoding, high pass filtered noise, and some reverb in there(maybe reverse reverb?)

    unsure the settings to achieve the desired effect though
     

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