How to achieve this kind of "wetness" in a growl

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Omniclad
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How to achieve this kind of "wetness" in a growl

Post by Omniclad » Fri Sep 12, 2014 3:42 pm

https://soundcloud.com/invictousdubstep/fuck-off-clip

I love this growl. It's huge, rather vowely, but above all its got that wet aspect to it I can't for the life of me recreate.

I have the gist of growls down, but how do I get something like this one?

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Re: How to achieve this kind of "wetness" in a growl

Post by Omniclad » Tue Sep 16, 2014 5:58 am

Invictous (he who made what I linked) has said for a while now he does all his stuff purely in Massive, with zero post processing other than some EQing.

Your growls are kinda cool but the idea behind them sounds way different. To me it sounds like you modulated a bassline, instead of actually making a growl. Like where the Invictous growl keeps the same vowel tones and such, even as the sound around it changes.

Starting at :46 in what I linked is the "wet" im talking about. Zero idea what else to call it. What I'm hearing is either one of the Osc of Massive exaggerated, or he like stereo spread the high end to make what I'm hearing more prominent? Idk.

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Re: How to achieve this kind of "wetness" in a growl

Post by vault » Tue Sep 16, 2014 2:06 pm

There are many methods such as phaser/flanger/chorus, reverb, or even detuning. I do think Invictous was still using wow filter 1 year ago.

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Re: How to achieve this kind of "wetness" in a growl

Post by JamesHanvey » Tue Sep 16, 2014 10:15 pm

One knobs dude, no homo :corndance:

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Re: How to achieve this kind of "wetness" in a growl

Post by xGannon » Thu Sep 25, 2014 8:48 am

I'm going to say really tight delay, with a slightly longer delay after that, gives it that crunch sound

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