Great "Evil" choir sounds

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ditroiamusic
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Great "Evil" choir sounds

Post by ditroiamusic » Sun Jan 30, 2005 12:02 am

Hello. I'm sure alot of you have already tried this, but if you need evil sounding choirs for a soundtrack etc..run your choir sounds through the grain delay plugin of Live. Wow! You can get some incredible results from it. Just thought I'd share that.

Harris.Andrew
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'nother trick

Post by Harris.Andrew » Sun Jan 30, 2005 6:34 am

i've found that sampling animal calls can also give , err . . . interesting results. nothing hotter than a low-octave chorused moose in lust.

ditroiamusic
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Post by ditroiamusic » Sun Jan 30, 2005 9:36 pm

I've tried that. Works great. I once made a Balrog sound for a game that started out as a cow mooing. I think there was some dog barks in there too but it was a while ago :)

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