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Dance Music Sound Design 103 - Vocals.
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In the context of transposition, what does ST stand for?
In what language does ‘vox' mean ‘vocal'?
In ADSR, what does A stand for?
Are real life talkboxes easy or difficult to play?
Do reverbs typically have ‘quality' settings?
In build ups, why do repetition changes usually happen in logical divisions?
so the listeners knows where they are in the build up
to save CPU power
to save memory
What is the most important parameter when creating smooth sustained vowels in a sampler?
In general, you are more likely to include lots of effects. True or false?
What is the most important setting to get the auto-tune "T-Pain" effect?
pitch hyper drive
Do you have to always draw pitch bends in manually?
What is the usual default ‘root key' for a sampler?
If you play a vocal sample back faster, will it be higher, or lower pitch?
Who first popularised vocoders?
‘Snap' forces loop start and end positions to be ... ?
even frequency tones
at every 16th notes
When doing the ‘double tracking' effect, are the left and right channels different, or the same?
To create Vocal Delay FX, is it generally better to use complex, or simple delays?
Is Compuvox specific to Vocalsynth?
Pretty much, yes
Which Ableton Live Warp mode would be highest quality?
What is dynamic range?
The number of drum sounds
The difference between the loudest and the quietest sound
The full range of frequencies in the track
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