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Guttural/Growl/Whisper VSTs anywhere? [For VOCALOUD/"screamo"] Eh, not sure if it's in the right place...
Posted 11 November 2010 - 07:25 AM
I was thinking that maybe, if I could find some kind of whispering effect, I could maximize it and then it would sound halfway decent. However, I can't find whispering effects ANYWHERE, free or not. Does anyone know where I could find some? I mean, yeah, I'd really like it if it was free, but if it's not, that's cool too, as long as it's not crazy crazy expensive.
(I'm not sure if this is in the right place... I'm planning on using it to make Vocaloid songs, but it's outside of the program itself... halp?)
Posted 12 November 2010 - 04:16 AM
I sometimes wonder if they stick the voice through a digital distortion box (like Line 6's guitar software). UtsuP's are unique from some of the other producers that use gutturals. If you listen closely, sometimes you can hear "swooshing", like the kind of effect you'd hear from a DJ scratch table. It sounds odd, but that's what it really reminds me of at times.
I've been curious about it myself for a long time even though I don't use the programs myself. Good luck~
Posted 13 November 2010 - 06:43 AM
I've actually gotten a sort of screaming effect from abusing a high gain amplifier VST, but the main problem I have is figuring out how to make it sound less... well, less like singing and more like gutturals. I've tried adding noise, but all the kinds of noises that I've used keep playing even when there are no vocals, so there are a bunch of gaps with just noise. I'd like to find some kind of VST that automatically matches the noise to the voice.
(As you can probably tell, I'm a complete vocal editor n00b.)
Posted 26 November 2010 - 11:37 PM
Go to the download link, and download Charsiesis 3-1. I can't exactly mess with it myself so I can't completely testify to it, but supposedly this gets it done. Cheers~
Posted 28 November 2010 - 02:02 AM
Thank you so much! Finally, something that actually WORKS! And it sounds better than my previous attempts... I am a very happy girl right now.