Youtube Chorus Forum
Would you like to react to this message? Create an account in a few clicks or log in to continue.

Sound editing help...

2 posters

Go down

Sound editing help... Empty Sound editing help...

Post by haneWing Sat May 01, 2010 6:30 am

Hmmm..... I'm using Audacity (haven't explore it fully yet) So... I wonder how to make the sound could be heard from normal (right and left side) of headphone, to left, to right and back to normal... In SpiCa by Miku where she says, "tsunagu no" there's echo change from right side headphone to left side of headphone.

Example:
Spoiler:

At 2:11 to 2:12

Second question, how to make this kind of sound:

Spoiler:
]

At the first verse where there's a robotic kind of sound but I prefer to call it noise by the way...
If it other program has it, please recommend it... Sound editing help... 641784

P/S: If my questions already being asked in other thread, sorry and hope to give the link to that thread and may remove this post....
haneWing
haneWing
Conversationalist

Singing Alias : asa Posts : 198
Join date : 2010-04-22
Age : 29
Location : Malaysia

Sakura No Ame Chorus

http://sonhra@blog.com

Back to top Go down

Sound editing help... Empty Re: Sound editing help...

Post by Mii. Sat May 01, 2010 6:59 am

For the first ... You have to record in Stereo, click on the title of that track and split the stereo track to have two tracks, one left and one right. Then, you have to change the volume for each track ... And turn back the two tracks in one Stereo track ( select the two, and click the title of one the two tracks and " Make Stereo Track " )
... Or you can use the " Phaser " effect 8D

For the second thingie ... eeh ... Maybe if you use the High Pass Filter, then the Leveller ... idk o.o

...
And sorry if my english is not understandable 8D
Mii.
Mii.
iPost'a'Lot

Singing Alias : mii. Posts : 3495
Join date : 2009-11-22
Age : 25
Location : France

Post Spammer Winner Banner Decorator * 1 Sakura No Ame Chorus My YTC Story

https://www.youtube.com/user/Miidpain

Back to top Go down

Sound editing help... Empty Re: Sound editing help...

Post by haneWing Sat May 01, 2010 7:46 am

Ooh... For my first question... Thanks a lot! It works.. Both way give good result but I'm still trying to work well with Phaser though...

But, for the 2nd... I found High Pass Filter.. But Leveller?? Can't be found...

Thanks again!!!
haneWing
haneWing
Conversationalist

Singing Alias : asa Posts : 198
Join date : 2010-04-22
Age : 29
Location : Malaysia

Sakura No Ame Chorus

http://sonhra@blog.com

Back to top Go down

Sound editing help... Empty Re: Sound editing help...

Post by Sponsored content


Sponsored content


Back to top Go down

Back to top


 
Permissions in this forum:
You cannot reply to topics in this forum