How to achieve this effect?

hi

how does this guy do the vocal slow down effect on his track “Make It Right” @ 2.18??

http://soundcloud.com/killparis

 i obviously know about the time stretching option but it doesnt seem to be the whole phrase thats been slowed/stretched… it kinda slows down gradually…

any ideas? thanks

Abletons transient stretching could probably acheive this. Just select a transient after the word or phrase (making sure there is a transient before the word or beginning of phrase, then with the transient at the end, just pull it along till you get the stretched desired effect.

hmmm i use cubase… :hehe:

[quote]jpgetty2win (07/03/2010)[hr]hmmm i use cubase… :hehe:[/quote]



You can thank me later…

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this can be done in sound forge using a pitch envelope plug-in, i don’t know if cubase has this sort of plug built in. by using the same pitch technique used to create the pitch down when creating kick drums in sound forge you can apply this to the vocal and determine how much it pitches down and how long it takes to pitch down to that point.



if i can crossover boot soundforge into my mac i’ll see if i can remember how to do it properly

thanks howie.

regarding the sound forge option, looked on my sound forge but couldnt find the pitch envelope plug in… what version is that in?

i used to use it in version 7





can also remember that you used to be able to highlight and stretch sections of sounds back in the cubase sx 3 day’s so you should be able to still do that

ye i can do that in cubase but it stretches the whole phrase in an equal amount. im trying to do what hes done in the track where it slows and itches down gradually. like a tape stop kinda thing.

[quote]jpgetty2win (08/03/2010)[hr]ye i can do that in cubase but it stretches the whole phrase in an equal amount. im trying to do what hes done in the track where it slows and itches down gradually. like a tape stop kinda thing.[/quote]



can you not cut the phrase into two section drop the section you want to stretch onto another audio lane and just apply the stretch to that section?

Try this:



http://illformed.org/plugins/glitch/



If you play around with it you may get something close to what you’re trying to do.

sugar bytes effectrix is better but costs money

Yeah I prefer effectrix too, although I must say that I don’t like how you’re limited to one bar (or is it two?.. can’t be arsed to open up ableton just to double check).



I remember being annoyed about the lack of that option to extend it.



Really good program non the less though.



Glitch is free however, even if it is heavy on the processor… best bet to just get the effect you need then extract to audio or freeze your part.

four isn’t it 64 steps, not 100% sure