Updated: Nov 10, 2020
Psychedelic Vocal Sequences are really popular those days in Psy-Trance Production. This technique is really complicated and includes a lot of processing, I won’t be able to write down all the steps, especially because the processing depends on a source that you use for chopping the vocals. As I always try to make something from scratch, I try to process those sequences every time with different plugins. Below you can find plugins needed for this tutorial if you want to make it the same, but my advice is that you use different sources at least so that you always get different results. This technique can be a nice way to learn how can you manipulate samples and get something unique as a result.
This tutorial is made in Cubase 10 & Ableton 9 with plugins: – Ableton Live – FabFilter MB – MeldaProduction MTransformer – SugarBytes Looperator – Xfer LFOTool – Waves C1 compressor – DMG Audio EQuilibrium – Polyverse IWish – SoundToys Crystalizer – FabFilter Volcano 2 – Native Instruments RC48 – FabFilter Pro C2 – Cubase MonoDelay Full video tutorial below: