[ddots-l] Re: Another Sonar puzzle.

  • From: russell Bourgoin <rusty@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: ddots-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 09 Mar 2006 12:58:22 -0500


Perhaps nudging the audio of the second track, the copy, might give you the effect you'd like.

> At 04:25 PM 3/8/2006, Sarah spake thusly:-
I don't use sonar but can you raise the volume of each track and make each track different volumes? That might have the effect you want.
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From: <mailto:simp749@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>Laurie Simpson
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Sent: Wednesday, March 08, 2006 1:22 PM
Subject: [ddots-l] Another Sonar puzzle.

Hi guys,

I'm hoping someone out there has tried this in Sonar.

I have a male vocal track. I want to duplicate it so that it sounds like four monks singing in unison in a cathedral. How can I do this in Sonar, or, can I do this in Sonar? If not, is there any way to do this? I've tried the chorus effect in Sonar and in Sound Forge, too synthetic. I tried exporting the vocal track and then importing it to a different track. Both tracks played together sound like one single voice, only a bit louder. Tried cloning the track, same result. Tried bounce to track bouncing the original track to a new one, same result. Any way to do this?



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