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Posted by on May 24, 2010 | 8 comments

Jim Stout Special: Making Monster Voices

In this video, Jim shows how he made monster voices using a Roland V-Synth GT and recordings.

8 Comments

  1. WHOA! thats sooo cool. is it possible to do that with any software vocoders in pro tools? do you know or recommend any 3rd party vocoders for sale? Thanks!

  2. Yeah, what Colton said. I have the Waves Morphoder Vocoder but it doesn’t let me trigger any samples as the carrier signal. Is there any software vocoders that can do this kind of job?

  3. Yeah, Ive been looking around but I cant find any. Native Instruments had Vokator that maybe would have worked, but they stopped making it and I cant find it anywhere. I might have to use Reaktor..

  4. My final project at VFS.. Goblins.. A huge spider… and a massive dragon.. PERFECT!! Thank you

  5. Excellent video. We did something similar on “Pulse” to get the ghostly creature sounds, blending F-15 fighter jets and screechy, bendy metal with our voices. I look forward to watching more of your videos. Keep up the great work!!

  6. please tell me about the plugin Sound by which the input was taken

    • hello please tell me

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