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the_bleeding 2006-05-24 19:21

regurgitate vocals
 
Not sure if this should go in gear or vocals, but i hope this is the right place to ask this. Anybody know specifically (or generally) what sort of modulation or effects that Regurgitate uses on their vocals? Like do they use distortion or octaving or what...

thanks in advance

Cunty Shunt 2006-05-24 20:33

I think it's an octaver or something, because it's what LDOH uses. And when I saw Screaming Afterbirth I think that's what they had. It's some kind of foot pedal along those lines.

KalimboJoe 2006-05-25 15:36

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Originally Posted by Cunty Shunt
I think it's an octaver or something, because it's what LDOH uses. And when I saw Screaming Afterbirth I think that's what they had. It's some kind of foot pedal along those lines.



it's a pitch shifter.
i tried to use an octaver (cause it's cheaper^^) but it didn't work.
the vocalist of my band also uses one (boss ps-3) and it sounds good i think but it's not the same technique. ( www.myspace.com/anusbrigade )
you can hear what the people use when you just pitch it up with cubase or something like this.
rompeprop use 8 halfsteps or like this and just growl/shout.
grind on!

newHELLonEARTH 2006-05-25 17:39

Not bad a band, I like the groovy thing you got going on, although I prefer and use real vocals, no effects.

Nihilist 2006-05-25 21:20

Yeah, it is definitely a pitchshifter. Like LDoH, CBT, Rompeprop, GUT - etc. Extremely easy to do.

Cunty Shunt 2006-05-25 21:37

I think only a few bands that use a pitchshifter can pull it off tho sound good. Then again only a few singers can actually make it sound exactly like "fake" vocals, but having them unprocessed.
I've only met two people other than myself that can do it.

Nihilist 2006-05-25 23:18

Does the Biolich vocalist use a pitchshifter in some parts? His voice gets unnaturally low.

Cunty Shunt 2006-05-26 02:37

Quote:
Originally Posted by Nihilist
Does the Biolich vocalist use a pitchshifter in some parts? His voice gets unnaturally low.

It's hard to tell because it's not completely over the top.

KalimboJoe 2006-05-26 03:50

Quote:
Originally Posted by Nihilist
Yeah, it is definitely a pitchshifter. Like LDoH, CBT, Rompeprop, GUT - etc. Extremely easy to do.


GUT don't use a pitch shifter or any other effects.
And I think CBT use more than just a pitchshifter but i'm not shure.

I think it's stupid to say using vocal effects is bad or not as good as don't using them (wich means it's not true and sick and evil and brutal hahaha).

I love pitch shifted vocals :love: :p

Cunty Shunt 2006-05-26 14:03

Quote:
Originally Posted by Mr.Long & KalimboJoe
I think it's stupid to say using vocal effects is bad or not as good as don't using them (wich means it's not true and sick and evil and brutal hahaha).

I love pitch shifted vocals :love: :p

I'm just saying some bands "abuse" it's power and the band sounds like a shithouse.
Best use of pitchshifted vocals: Gronibard (for the high pitched)

newHELLonEARTH 2006-05-26 15:10

Quote:
Originally Posted by Cunty Shunt
I'm just saying some bands "abuse" it's power and the band sounds like a shithouse.
Best use of pitchshifted vocals: Gronibard (for the high pitched)

Haha, for sure.

Casketcrusher 2006-05-26 18:35

One thing I wondered was how they got that gurgle bubble thing in along with their pitchshifter vocals. Like in Regurgitate it sounds like he's gargling. Is he combining a pitchshifter with another effect. I once used an octaver on my vocals and clicked the flange on by accident. Well the flange rate was going really fast and with the octiver it almost sounded like Regurgitate. So yeah any idea? What are the best brands for pitchshifter pedals?

KalimboJoe 2006-05-27 03:58

Quote:
Originally Posted by Casketcrusher
One thing I wondered was how they got that gurgle bubble thing in along with their pitchshifter vocals. Like in Regurgitate it sounds like he's gargling. Is he combining a pitchshifter with another effect. I once used an octaver on my vocals and clicked the flange on by accident. Well the flange rate was going really fast and with the octiver it almost sounded like Regurgitate. So yeah any idea? What are the best brands for pitchshifter pedals?



haha my brother always makes sounds like donald duck and pitchs it 2 octaves down. it gurgles very well I think.
but I don't know, perhapse they do.
I think Boss is very good cause my brother, rompeprop, the ex-vocalist of lengt'che etc use Boss pitch shifters but i don't know anything else :cool:


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