[LAU] Plugin recommendation: chorus for voice
erik at hecanjog.com
Sat Feb 2 14:37:46 CET 2019
Sorry for the double-post, but just to follow up on your original stereo spread / depth comment -- the reason I like this approach is that you can play with the detuning over time (and really the pitch-shifter doesn't have to be a granular process of course, I just like the sound of it) and layer multiple detuned copies with itself following different pitch curves for a very rich sound, that can expand nicely into the stereo field by just panning the detuned layers to taste.
On Sat, Feb 2, 2019, at 7:25 AM, Erik Schoster wrote:
> A chorus-like effect that I like to use sometimes is basically what Ralf describes, but I'll mix another version with granular pitch modulation in with the original signal. Here's a maybe more exaggerated example than you're looking for applied to guitars around the 17 minute mark: https://nomadickidsrepublic.bandcamp.com/track/gather-burn-echo
> I did this particular recording with Eric Lyon's granola~ in max/msp, which is also available as a PD external but any granular pitch-shifter that allows you to automate the pitch curves would work!
> On Fri, Feb 1, 2019, at 10:25 PM, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
>> On Fri, 1 Feb 2019 23:51:09 +0100 (CET), Jeanette C. wrote:
>> >Feb 1 2019, Ralf Mardorf has written:
>> >> Singing two times the same part. One mono track with panning
>> >> somewhere between left and centre and the other mono track with
>> >> panning somewhere between centre and right.
>> >Theoretically, I do agree! But for electronic "precision" music that is
>> >difficult. To really nail the sound I'd have to be very precise in
>> >timing. Length of notes. I don't know about any vocal alligning tool on
>> >Linux and even less of a CLI one. :)
>> >So practically speaking, a good effects chain is the much more viable
>> If you shouldn't find an appropriate chorus effect, you could try a
>> single (no feedback) very short delay. Original sound e.g. between left
>> and centre and short delayed between centre and right. This is
>> missing the detune component, perhaps keeping the original as is and
>> the delayed with minimal pitch correction or pitch change could help to
>> get the detune effect.
>> Instead of playing 2 times the same power chord rock guitar to get a
>> rich sound, a guitar rotary effect could be used. It shouldn't sound as
>> a Leslie emulation, instead it should sound similar to an unobtrusive
>> chorus and phasing alike effect. I neither used this with vocals, nor
>> do I know if there is a rotary plugin available, that isn't just another
>> Leslie emulation.
>> For vocals I just used singing two times the same part, btw. this is my
>> favourite to get a chorus effect alike sound and I also used the single
>> short delay effect, but without pitch correction or pitch change effect.
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