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Vocoders were originally invented as a way to transmit speech over low-capacity transmission media. To encode: Start with speech as an electronic signal (e.g. from a microphone) Put the signal through a multi-band filter, getting some number of new signals, each covering a different frequency range. Pass each of these frequency bands through an envelope ...


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You need amp emulator software. Guitar Rig is one well known example. You can download a demo version for free. Whatever software you get, it will come with detailed instructions. Your USB audio interface also has detailed instructions. It may well have come with some demo software. To record, you need a digital audio workstation. Examples of these for PC ...


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if you wish to use your computer as an "effects pedal", I recommend IK Multimedia's Amplitube 3 - it has an extensive array of effects and amplifiers with all kinds of crazy and fun tones to mess around with. Theres a ton of effects, so I recommend you check it out. It is a bit pricey though ($199 for the standard edition). If I were you, I would download ...


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The breathy/husky female voice type is not a reasonable target for a bass. To get a consistent range, you'll want to extent your falsetto as far down as possible. It is different from "head voice" in that the larynx basically has two antagonistic muscle groups for pitch control: one is stretching the vocal folds long for increasing pitch, the other tenses ...


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You could definitely do this - although you'd probably need to add a little delay to the clean path to match that of the dirty path, otherwise you may find the vocals start clean and scream up immediately afterwards. Remember that the vocals will never be cleanly separated, so you are likely to get some of the instruments in the mix as well. This may or may ...



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