Creating vocal samples and transitional sounds


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Creating vocal samples and transitional sounds

Now it's time to glue the different sections of the remix together with some vocal samples and transitional sounds. I'll begin with choosing a vocal sample and what I mean by vocal sample is maybe a word, the title of the song something along those lines, something just a couple of words that I can play with delay, effect and pepper through out the remix once I've made my decision to help fill in the holes and add a little bit of flavor. We'll go up here to where the lead vocal is and we will go to the area where the first chorus ends, right before the post-chorus.

(Music playing) I'm going to use the Ctrl, Option, and arrow keys to zoom in and make my edit on this vocal. So here we are, right here, just a couple of beats before the part. (Music playing) Right there, right on simply falling, that's the title of the song. I'm going to use that vocal bit. I hold down Command and my scissors. My secondary tool becomes available to me, and I will also hold down Ctrl ...

Creating vocal samples and transitional sounds
Video duration: 11m 57s 3h 19m Intermediate

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Creating vocal samples and transitional sounds provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Josh Harris as part of the Remixing a Song in Logic Pro

Subject:
Audio + Music
Software:
Logic Pro
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