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What vocal delay timing over here?
Old 8th September 2019
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What vocal delay timing over here?

Love that verse's vocal delay FX.
Sound's like slums reflections.
How can i achieve this? Try different timings of delay can't replicate for now.

Old 8th September 2019
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Delay feedback = 1 (so there is just a single 'replay')
Delay time = in this case 180ms

main vox in the middle of the stereo field. Delay on the side.

peace
Old 8th September 2019
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Thx ma man! try it
Old 8th September 2019
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Originally Posted by peterpiper0815 View Post
Delay feedback = 1 (so there is just a single 'replay')
Delay time = in this case 180ms

main vox in the middle of the stereo field. Delay on the side.

peace
Yo! i try - sounds similar but my track have different tempo.
89 bpm.
What's the trick? how to calculate delay time for different tempo's bro?
Old 9th September 2019
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Yo! i try - sounds similar but my track have different tempo.
89 bpm.
What's the trick? how to calculate delay time for different tempo's bro?
http://www.sengpielaudio.com/calcula...mtempotime.htm
Old 9th September 2019
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Yo thx i got few delay calculators cuz i use few outboard delay fx units.
But i wonder what's the trick? For this specific delay timing?
I think 180 ms right just for those specific tempo because it's sounds sloppy on different tempo tracks.

It's not a dotted not a triplet too.
Old 9th September 2019
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Maybe I'm misunderstanding, but you said your track is 89 bpm? Therefore you match your ms delay tempo to match the tempo of your track.
Old 10th September 2019
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Maybe I'm misunderstanding, but you said your track is 89 bpm? Therefore you match your ms delay tempo to match the tempo of your track.
Yeap! It's misunderstanding.
I need specific delay sound like in track i attached.
First guy helps but 180 ms don't fit my tempo. Plus different songs got different tempo's. I want add that delay every track i need in the future. That's not synced measure delay, so 180 can't fit my 90/89/93 bpm etc.
I'm wondering what's the math for this exact sound for different songs!
Old 10th September 2019
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Ok, so that's what the chart I linked to was for. Different BPM require different tempos / ms. You look for your tempo for your track in the chart then read off the tempo in ms, then use that as your delay time.
Old 10th September 2019
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180ms should fit 90/89 or 93 BPM more or less cause the Arsonist track is 90BPM and a few ms plus/minus should not matter.
If you want to do it exactly you can calculate it with percentage

if 90 BPM (arsonist) represents 180ms
then
1 BPM represents 180/90 = 2

2* your new Bpm = delay time

I'm drunk right now so don't take this as correct

peace

BTW the 180ms I mentioned is also just 'round about'
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Originally Posted by peterpiper0815 View Post
180ms should fit 90/89 or 93 BPM more or less cause the Arsonist track is 90BPM and a few ms plus/minus should not matter.
If you want to do it exactly you can calculate it with percentage

if 90 BPM (arsonist) represents 180ms
then
1 BPM represents 180/90 = 2

2* your new Bpm = delay time

I'm drunk right now so don't take this as correct

peace

BTW the 180ms I mentioned is also just 'round about'
Thanks, bro!

Do that delay fx sound have some "name''? like short delay called "Slap'', Haas, etc?
Just curious?
Old 12th September 2019
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It's sounds similar to slap but not too "Elvis-ish"
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