vocorder effect on cool edit pro

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  1. 2 saiz

    2 saiz New Member

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    Hey I'm trying to do the T-pain type effect called vocorder on cool edit pro but I can seem to work it out.

    What do I exactly do?

    I know you align 2 sounds and mix then together to get the final effect sound but do I mix in 2 vocal wavs and make the 3rd or do I mix in 1 vocal and 1 instrument sound and make the vocorded sound?

    If I get 1 instrument and 1 vocal wav mixed do I have to play a tune or something exactly how I sang the clip?

    Please let me know
    test
  2. Mr. ROUSH

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    Vocoding and auto tune are two different things.. I haven't used cool edit in years.. when I used it there were no vocoders availible for it.. what you are looking for is an auto tune effect... vocoding is when you use a carrier signal.. (usually a saw wav synth) and a modulator signal.. (vocals) to mix the two signals together.. the saw wav controls the vocal and and there you go..

    for what you want.. there is a free plugin called Gsnap that you can search for on google.. you just use it as an insert effect on the track you want to apply it to.. look it up on youtube.. it's easy.. but it's also very played.. best of luck
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  3. 2 saiz

    2 saiz New Member

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    I downloaded gsnap but it doesn't work for cool edit....

    I searched on google about autotunes but the antares autotunes is mad expensive and I downloaded the demo version but it doesn't plug into the directx of cool edit pro since its a trial version....

    are there any other ways to get a hold of autotunes or some sort of effect to do the t-pain thing?

    Let me know
    test
  4. twdIDescipleI

    twdIDescipleI New Member

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    it blows my mind that people still use cool edit pro
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  5. Mr. ROUSH

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    Hmm.. I'm pretty sure there ought to be a way to use gsnap in audition.. but.. since it's been too long.. something else you could do is use gsnap in audacity (free recording software).. I know it works with that.. once you apply it to the track you want in audacity just import the track into your CEP session.. Let me know if that doesn't work and I'll help you fix it. Good luck.
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