Discussion in 'Linkin Park Chat' started by minuteforce, Feb 5, 2005.
i would like to know who warped the voices on high voltage ...
I think s/he means which one of the band members voices were used to say these parts:
You know what I mean
You could put a label on a life
Put a label on a lifestyle
Put a label on how you wake up every morning
And go to bed at night
I also believe one of the band members said these parts and was put through the computer or something like that. I think thats what s/he is asking.
I'm gonna take a shot at it though, it was probably Mike or Joe. Because if you think about it, if it was someone outside the band, they probably would have put that persons name in the song title, giving him credit.
(i.e: High Voltage Remix Feat. -----)
Mike did it with post-production software.
Mike did it with post-production software. [/b][/quote]
Wow, I was actually right.
i'm referring to the chorus of the original high voltage.
That would be Mike using "post-production software"
That would be Mike using "post-production software" [/b][/quote]
nice info there - you learn something new everyday!
I think he/she was actually talking about the original High Voltage's chorus.
You can't shake the shock
Because nobody wants it to stop
Check it out"
It's kind of a robotic voice effect.
It sounds like a flanger or even a vocoder with a hoover pad attached to it. Kind of easy to do. I was going to say "Pro Tools" they didn't have it then.
I'm thinking Mike or Joe did it because I don't think the other members are as in-depth with production techniques
I think he means the robot voices on the first version of High Voltage.
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