KRONIX TUTORIAL - Vocal FX

Discussion in 'Production' started by Mr Fletch, Apr 29, 2013.

  1. Mr Fletch

    Mr Fletch aka KRONIX VIP Junglist

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    I've had a few people message me now asking how I created the dark sinister vibe to the vocals in my latest track, so figured It's time I done a new Tutorial.

     
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  2. Menosance

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    If you brought the vocal down by 2 st does it still remain in key? Thanks for this video mate :)
     
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    it wouldnt stay in key if it was a melodic sample but since its just talking and not singing it dosnt matter just makes it sound lower
     
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    DjCartel Well-Known Member VIP Junglist

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    Good tut, thanks for sharing the knowledge!
     
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    Nice one! That chorus was really effective, never thought of using it on vocals. Im often too lazy to look for sample hunting but for when I do find something this will come in handy!
     
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    Nice one Fletch! Big up!
     
  7. Mr Fletch

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    Yeah man, for spoken vocals it's fine. But if you intend on implying this technique to more melodic vocals, you'll need to pitch them correctly to keep them in key.

    P.S. - Sam I absolutely fuckin love your sig!