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What LPX effects would achieve this vocal sound?


trwalp

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Reverse engineering a "sound" is difficult for me in this case because I'm not familiar enough with LPX's effects. I'm hoping someone with more experience can point me in the right direction to approximate the vocal sound in
. Listening on headphones it seems there's more than just reverb going on here, although it's very subtle. Doubling?
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There could be a slight short delay going on also. Sounds like a plate reverb mostly.

Sounds also like he sang close enough to the mic to hear all the inflections on consonants. You need a very quiet room for that though, and a good mic and mic preamp as well as good vocal technique.

Pretty sure there's some compression going on also, not much, just to even it out a little bit.

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