O yeah. That's also a good idea. Would the slight volume changes work as
well for this person and maybe panning the tracks to make a fuller sound?
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----- Original Message ----- From: "Chris Smart" <chris_s@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, March 08, 2006 1:44 PM
Subject: [ddots-l] Re: Another Sonar puzzle.
Hi there. Maybe make several copies of the vocal and:
1. change the pitch ever so slightly of a couple of them, without changing the tempo. This will introduce slight amounts of disonance, that would occur if several people were singing the part.
2. nudge some of the tracks along by a few miliseconds; not enough to be obvious, just enough to make them not start absolutely together.
At 04:22 PM 3/8/2006, you wrote: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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