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sounds like... vocoder + reverb. you can set the vocoder to manipulate the sound with white noise, but try a synth with a nice chord.tylerbeatz wrote:http://www16.zippyshare.com/v/71658476/file.html
can somebody tell me the vocal effect!? i've heard it very often....is it possible in ableton!?
also try layering the vocal with a few pitched down ones, example: pitch down one -5 transposed to the left and one -7 to the right, then offset them both a bit.
what you could also try is a flanger with feedback and a very slow delay setting.
then there's the grain delay in ableton, play with the settings and you can get something similar too.
the main thing you want to do is get a layer of the same vocal that sounds a bit different so than the original, maybe in a way they create a chord or something. all the above methods result in this, but in a different way. it's up to you which you want to choose.