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Dance Music Sound Design 103 - Vocals.
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  • 1

    Is Compuvox specific to Vocalsynth?

  • 2

    Do you have to always draw pitch bends in manually?

  • 3

    In the context of transposition, what does ST stand for?

  • 4

    ‘Snap' forces loop start and end positions to be ... ?

  • 5

    Do reverbs typically have ‘quality' settings?

  • 6

    What is the most important parameter when creating smooth sustained vowels in a sampler?

  • 7

    In build ups, why do repetition changes usually happen in logical divisions?

  • 8

    In ADSR, what does A stand for?

  • 9

    Which Ableton Live Warp mode would be highest quality?

  • 10

    To create Vocal Delay FX, is it generally better to use complex, or simple delays?

  • 11

    If you play a vocal sample back faster, will it be higher, or lower pitch?

  • 12

    Are real life talkboxes easy or difficult to play?

  • 13

    When doing the ‘double tracking' effect, are the left and right channels different, or the same?

  • 14

    What is the usual default ‘root key' for a sampler?

  • 15

    What is the most important setting to get the auto-tune "T-Pain" effect?

  • 16

    What is dynamic range?

  • 17

    In general, you are more likely to include lots of effects. True or false?

  • 18

    Who first popularised vocoders?

  • 19

    In what language does ‘vox' mean ‘vocal'?

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