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Trance Gate Technique

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Hi guys,

Hope you are all good? I just watched a video about the trance gate technique that you often hear in bicep and old hardcore/jungle tracks. Its basically a choppy vocal.

So up until now I have been manually taking an audio sample and either putting it into an arpeggiator with a short gate to achieve a choppy effect but nothing like this video I watched today by underdog academy. I have also tried manually placing short steps of a sample that has been clipped down but it just doesnt sound as good as what he is doing in the video.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DxyQNgNKUf8

Now my question is has anyone been able to achieve this effect on the deluge other than the way I have been doing it?

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    volstehvolsteh CroatiaPosts: 265
    edited May 27

    sidechain on the vocal/chords, volume duck to -50?

    edit: scratch that, not the same effect and it doesn't go in negative values on audio clips. The closest I get is by closing the filter then patching sidechain in filt. freq. -50, then edit sidechain attack-release. This also doesnt work in audio clips so if its a sample need to go with kits or synth....

    Here is a quick demo, basically the kick is sent to sidechain and the sidechain opens the filter on the sample...
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1C4WZ1ByOkwnlwzuvcVWSnGLeu2Z7rIZ8/view?usp=sharing

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    HeptagenHeptagen Posts: 132

    Another way to achieve this is by modulating the volume with a square shaped LFO. ;)

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