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Dance Music Sound Design 303 - Vocals Advanced.
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  • 1

    What FM envelope decay length would be best to create a percussive attack?

  • 2

    When using low interpolation settings, at what end of the keyboard is the quality difference noticeable?

  • 3

    Which parameter should you modulate to hear the Serum Formant Filter “vocal” effect?

  • 4

    StepEcho is almost like a … ?

  • 5

    Why is stereo imaging particularly relevant for vocal sound design?

  • 6

    What is the most common/effective rhythm for predelay?

  • 7

    What does ‘bouncing’ do?

  • 8

    Ring modulation is kind of like a special form of … ?

  • 9

    What type of synthesis does Gladiator2 use?

  • 10

    Comb filtering is kind of like a special form of … ?

  • 11

    You do insert a MIDI effect before or after the instrument?

  • 12

    Should you ALWAYS remove mouth and mic noise from the vocal clip?

  • 13

    What concept is used to create the “Wobble Attack” sound?

  • 14

    What type of words does this technique tend to work best for?

  • 15

    Does Icarus do the vocoding in real-time, or by creating a wavetable?

  • 16

    Frequency shifting is … ?

  • 17

    What was the name of the software/plugins used to do the denoising and declipping?

  • 18

    What is it called if you pan a sound all the way to the right or left?

Dance Music Sound Design 303
Vocals Advanced
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