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Old 01-11-2003, 07:34 AM
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Default Bruce\'s Vocal Treatment

I got Bruce's latest CD as a stocking stuffer this Christmas. Some good stuff on there. Some of it pretty emotional, with the 9/11 references. Even if you don't like his style of music, you still have to admit he's a true artist.

Anyway, I really like the sound of his voice on this CD. Anybody hear it? It seems like there's a particular treatment of his vocals throughout the CD -- really smooth, but with some tin or steel. The S's have a "radio" kind of sound. Is there a high or low pass or something?

Can anybody guess at what the specs are for this kind of vocal sound? (besides borrowing Bruce's voice). How could a I try this with the digirack FX and D-Verb?

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