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Thread how to add echo to my voice while recording

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1 how to add echo to my voice while recording
I know its better to add effects like echo after my voice is recorded, but I learned that I sing better with echo; it allows me to hear the depth of my voice.

Does anyone know how I can sing with echo while recording?

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I'm a little inexperienced at this method, but I belive you could.....

Out of your board from mic input (we'll call it 1), auxillary bus your vocals to an echo or reverb processor, return your effected vocals to a different channel (we'll say 2), but don't have it assigned to any tracks. Only monitor Channel 2, which will have the effect, and record from channel 1 which will be a clean vocal.

I believe it is as simple as that, but if anyone can correct me, I'd appreciate as well, the whole concept is pretty new to me.

Justin
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You can also use EAX effects if you have an Audigy or SB Live.

http://www.revolution9000.com
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Quote: I know its better to add effects like echo after my voice is recorded, but I learned that I sing better with echo; it allows me to hear the depth of my voice.

Does anyone know how I can sing with echo while recording?



Several ways to do this but I would need to know what gear are working with.
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I am at a learning stage--I dont' own anything other than a fairly new computer and a useless mic.

The kind of system I am thinking of though is for demo making;
software sequencer and mixer
mic and a soundcard for audio interface and preamp and MIDI interface. And maybe a nearfield monitor. That's about it. Thanks.