Discussion in 'Production' started by circle six, Nov 16, 2010.
that long held vocal, aaaaaaaaaaaar. can anyone tell me how it was done?
..........perhaps they got someone to go aaaaaaaaaaaaar and sampled it.
just a thought. Or a slight aar and looped it.
its a slight aaar from a sample cd that was looped. they found the original on doa and all. its pretty amazing.
just a loop looped. ah. sounds simple enough ...or maybe not
i got a vocal and cut it at the point that i wanted it to keep sustained, copied the last second or two and pasted till it was long enough. not such a good result.
their loop/sample sounds really tight. its def not just one long aaaaaaaaaaaar,it was cut perfectly and repeated. just getting the cut right and the timing right maybe...?
Look into something called a 'crossfade loop'. Basically it means that the new loop fades in and the old one fades out. And then again. You sampler should be able to do that somehow.
You also have to look at the transient detail and make sure you cut it at the right point in the waveform
you can make your own crossfade loop in the audio editor if your sampler doesnt have that function. just fade it in, and paste that over a copy of the same sample fading out and then paste the original over that. maybe not paste the original over that. or maybe so.
Yeah just pitched down an octave init
Fuck classic hearing such a "big" sample in its true form
i love that track
Yeah man i love this, watched Apocalypse Now the other day and heard tonnes of quotes that were sampled. Watching Hostel right now and just realised the screams are used in Aragami Style by King Cannibal!
Yeah we sample alot ofscreams etc from films haha
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