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    yo how can i sample a voice and slow it down with out losing its tempo like the deep voice in most south songs

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    Quote Originally Posted by beatmakernutty
    yo how can i sample a voice and slow it down with out losing its tempo like the deep voice in most south songs
    Protools 7.4 can do it easy. Or you can sample the voice take it and put it in whatever program you are using, and if you have a midi keyboard stretch it along the keys. Tap the lower keys and you will get the drag deep effect of it. Tap the kep that will go with the song then put it in and walla you are done.

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    timestretch the sample and pitch it down. or if your good with portamento u can use this method too. but the porta method is slighty trickier to use

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    use timestretch like rayzer said

    If you listen to Danoc, the effect you will get is a deep voice, and the same tempo the sample was originally in

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    No powell, if he listens to danoc, he'll get lower pitch and a slower tempo, just like how a record player behaves. The deep voice at the same tempo like u said, is what he is after, thats what timestretch and pitch shifting will do, as rayzer stated.
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    Pitchshift in Pro Tools works. When you preview it, it will sound too slow, but when you play it back it will play at the original tempo with the new low voice. If you do this on the MPC you will need to lower the pitch and then use timestretch. What equipment are you using? This will help. I only know how to do it with Pro Tools or the MPC1000.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beatmakernutty
    ...slow it down with out losing its tempo...
    WHAT?!? How can you slow something down, without changing the tempo?

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    Cool edit can alter pitch with maintaining tempo

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    I don't think he's asking if he can slow it down without changing the tempo. I think he is asking how to lower the pitch without it effecting the tempo.

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    I know
    I'm trying to help him out, instead of just ignoring the fact that he asked for the wrong thing.

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