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Sorry to double post on this same series, but this is probably the best rundown of vocal processing I've looked in on... also, could this be a good FLA album post 2000?  Sounds like an updated Millennium track (lyrics are cheesy as ever, but that's a given with FLA):

 

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11 hours ago, Zephyr_Nova said:

Sorry to double post on this same series, but this is probably the best rundown of vocal processing I've looked in on... also, could this be a good FLA album post 2000?  Sounds like an updated Millennium track (lyrics are cheesy as ever, but that's a given with FLA):

 

 

He had me when I noticed all those Electrix units front and center in his desk rack.  That's not what I'm used to seeing.

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14 hours ago, xox said:

This one really inspired me to push myself, to try harder!

 

 

Yeah would be nice to be able to test my works in progress out on an Ibiza audience. I would get kicked out of the club so fast: no mansion, no genelec subs, nothing for me.

A good takeaway is probably that 90% of your tracks won't be hits. Though I am not sure what to think of this - I probably should first have a solid foothold on just DJing or playing out regularly before I start caring too much about hits?

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Beautiful.

Nabbed Catching the big fish recently and it's been a great source of motivation and inspiration for me. It's basically a collection of quotes and ideas which makes it perfect to grab and get a quick Lynchian perspective on things. Perhaps a bit like Eno's oblique strategies but not like that at all. 

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I really like getting a glimpse into Ken Marshall's method.  He's definitely got a distinctive style.  Kind of funny that his vocal treatment in this case was removing everything identifiable about the original vocal.  It could've sounded like Ministry, but turned into post-2000 Skinny Puppy/FLA instead (who he also had a hand in mixing from time to time)

 

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David Lynch. :If you don't enjoy the doing do something else. For me that translated into using gear I like using. If something makes you want to be playful stick to that

 

Thats what the above video is.

Looks like Lynch has a documentary about him coming out, Probably why that was taken down

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