Post by seamusthesheepdog on Mar 12, 2016 15:53:43 GMT
If you have a smartphone (some dumbphones have it too) then you can record things with the built-in microphone. And if you have an Apple thing, you can get Garage Band as an app so you can do multitrack recordings (guitar and vocals).
I'm pretty sure that it's regular double tracking but I might be wrong
The reason I don't think it is regular double-tracking is because the two vocal tracks fit too perfectly together. It's a very expressive vocal with lots of little flourishes and anomalies that I doubt even the most experienced of double-trackers (which Dave is) would be able to do twice.
Um... I used to draw mostly girls, but recently, with these fab rock bands that I like to draw, I've been drawing more lads. I also like to draw the lads in my class while I'm in class (listening attentively, of course ) so there's that.
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You know that I care what happens to you, And I know that you care for me too. So I don't feel alone, or the weight of the stone...
Post by seamusthesheepdog on Mar 26, 2016 12:42:16 GMT
I think Rick's vocal IS ADT'd but Dave Gilmour's isn't. Listen to when he sings "racing around to come up behind you again"-- there is a very tiny difference in the way he sings "again". Also, there are several times when he hits consonants at very minutely different times.
Pink said: Ohhh, I see hear, there's a very very slight delay. Hmm. Thanks for spoiling me grand theory! Wow, Dave's even better at it than I thought.
Wait, on second thoughts and third listening, I think that's just tape delay. So
Only serious nuts would pay attention... I love having other serious nuts around
Sorry to be stubborn, but there is no tape delay on his vocals. And if there was, it would sound like that the whole way through - which it doesn't. Especially near the end, there are very subtle differences in the vocals. Oh God, this is going to become the PFS version of "who sang the ahhs?"
I still think 'tis definitely ADT. It's too singular a vocal performance to be recreated exactly. He'd sing it a different way every time. Like the way his voice cracks slightly on '...show you the way'. You wouldn't be able to do that twice, 'twas born of the moment.
The end of the Breathe reprise is regular double tracking though.