bcfromfl Posted September 23, 2011 Share Posted September 23, 2011 This question arose from me wondering first if the addition of a Neve or Vintech pre between my Miktek CV4 tube and Apogee Duet would get me any closer to a silky, “unprocessed”-sounding vocal, or if the potential coloration would detract from an otherwise clean signal. The recording of Ms. Evancho’s voice in this rendition of “When You Wish Upon A Star” with Tony Bennett, is among the most beautiful female recordings I’ve ever heard. Obviously no expense was spared. What sort of guesses would be in this signal chain? Do you think a production of this caliber would use plugins (other than that mentioned below), or would it be all outboard gear? At this link there is a player near the middle of the page: http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/tony-bennett-jackie-evancho-sing-237311 I’m quite familiar with her voice, and know that she can not quite yet hold longer notes. I believe the final note of the song was tweaked with perhaps a Melodyne editor. Thanks for your input! -Bruce Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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