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What FX used on vocal over here?
Old 6th October 2019
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What FX used on vocal over here?

Hi!
Wondering what type of fx or recording trick is on Dexter's Holland vocal over here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n54hdd3LB38

I try short reverb's (with and without pre-delay) delay unit's.
Digital and Outboard Units but still can't find right one.
Please help)
Old 7th October 2019
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Try the mostly early reflection portions of some med-small rooms. [There's such wide variations between kits it's hard to be specific]
Skip or attenuate the late portions depending. Nothing more than than about a couple hundred MS going on here.
Experiment with Diffusion to dial in how discreet or sharp the edges, and possibly Spread for options / timing in where the reflections sit within the decay span.
Sounded nearly but not totally 100% wet. Width seems well less than 100%.
Not too close to the mic as well.
Old 4 weeks ago
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Hi!
Wondering what type of fx or recording trick is on Dexter's Holland vocal over here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n54hdd3LB38

I try short reverb's (with and without pre-delay) delay unit's.
Digital and Outboard Units but still can't find right one.
Please help)
We would have to hear your voice first. Because what is done depends on the source sound, not the end result.

There is not one thing that gets the same result, it depends on the original source sound. For all we know his vocal was recorded like that and what you are hearing is the room itself. I can get the vocal effect whit recording techniques alone
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