How to fix ANYTHING (almost)

Discussion in 'Recording/Live Sound' started by Bassomatic, Jul 1, 2004.

  1. Bassomatic

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    Same here. Except version 8 of Sequoia and Samp have now elastic audio as well. Wahooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!
     
  3. LSchefman

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    Now that looks interesting; it will even run as a plug on DP.

    So Basso, Ed...what do you find it most useful for? Is it hard to learn and use?
     
  4. Bassomatic

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    So far, I've used it on a few vocal fixes (but will be branching way out after seeing the impressive demo/tutorial vid). Easy and musical as hell. Screw AutoTune.
     
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    I actually used it on a guys oud tracks, and lots of acoustic bass stuff.
     
  6. Scott Peterson

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    Wow.

    That is jaw dropping.
     
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    "Easy" and "musical" blow AutoTune out of the water already. If there's an easier way, I'm all for it.
     
  8. Ed DeGenaro

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    Hey basso do you rewire or bridge it into N2?
     
  9. Bassomatic

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    I'm retarded. I export, tweak away, and import.

    Just touched up a vocal today with the bugger.

    Gonna look into the VST bridge.
     
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    You're not kidding. When the (excellent salesperson) engineer takes the tune all the way down to 1 (!) bpm at pitch, in R/T, it's just crazy.

    Expensive, but probably well worth the investment especially for folx relying heavily on loop libraries.
     
  11. Ed DeGenaro

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    That's what I did in the past to...but this way you don't have to align it.
     
  12. LSchefman

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    It's pretty expensive, but obviously a bargain compared to tearing your hair out or buying hardware.

    Which version do you run, Basso?
     

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