Blooood Clot effect

jimjimjim

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Hi,
You know the effect where the voice is really stratched out and, dunno the right word, kinda gated?
Like
"Are you ready for some Blooooodclot jungle techno?"
if u see what i mean - maybe not a good example of it - might even have the words wrong lol
its used all over the place in oldskool jungle tracks

i want to make some of that but i dont even know the name of that effect so i cant search for it.

If someone can post the name of that effect i'd be well gr8full -

thanks
 
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The way that time stretching works is that it breaks it down into really small granules and spaces them further apart, (I think, at least) So to get that effect extremely, just timestretch a small part using audacity. (Highlight selection, effects -> Change tempo) and turn it down
 

H*product

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The way that time stretching works is that it breaks it down into really small granules and spaces them further apart, (I think, at least) So to get that effect extremely, just timestretch a small part using audacity. (Highlight selection, effects -> Change tempo) and turn it down
nah, it works by constantly re-triggering the sample and moving the start point slowly. there's a video of how to do it in reason on youtube. try searching "reason time streaching".
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logikz

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#17
you can do it in a tracker with offsets. i really miss lots of the basic commands in the tracker. why isnt there a simple thing you can click and it reverses the sound without having to clone it or whatever how difficult is that
 
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