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Old 1st October 2006, 09:30 AM   #1
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Default Effects in Linkin Park's "PPr:Kut"

Hi everybody.

I was wondering how to recreate the effects in Linkin Park's "PPr:Kut", the remixed version of Papercut.

The effect I'm talking about can be heard in the following sample, where the words repeats and get mixed up (whirlwind inside of my head, it's like I can't stop what I'm hearing within. On "whirlwind" and "can't".)

The clip can be located here (thanks to Amazon.com) : WMP and Real

I think this effect is awesome, even though it's not a really complex one...too bad I'm a noob at audio-editing, so I don't even know where to begin recreating it.

I have Sony Vegas and Adobe After Effects to use, so if it can only be done in those, I'm set.

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Old 24th June 2007, 03:36 PM   #2
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Your sample didn't seem to come out that well. "WHIRLWIND", was right at the begining from what I could hear. Can you describe, in english-not muscian terms, what you think is happening?

Sometimes, its easier to just say what you think you hear, then maybe someone will know what effect was used.



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Old 24th June 2007, 03:43 PM   #3
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Simply copy and paste the section you want repeated x number of times. Vary the length of the selection and number of times you repeat it to achieve the desired effect.
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Yeah the sample is somewhat bandwidth limited, but it sounds like a few multi-tap delays running on top of eachother.
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Thanks for the responses, and sorry about the limited sample.

BWRX's reply seems like it would do the trick. I just wasn't sure if that's all they did or something else that I didn't have the skill to do

About the effect, I suppose I would have to only edit songs that have a separate instrumental, and then vocal version, since making that effect would make the beat repeat in those sections too, breaking the song.

And jeez, way old thread, I never thought I would get a reply Thank god for email notification
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And jeez, way old thread, I never thought I would get a reply
Wow, I missed the date on the first post too!

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it seems I don't have editing priviliges yet.
You do now
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Angels,
yes it it certainly something you would do while tracking the song. If you do it in ProTools, it's actually not all that difficult- just takes time to copy and paste and play with spacing, etc.
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yes it it certainly something you would do while tracking the song.
I was hoping to remix some other songs I like with that effect. Oh well, I suppose I could try it out and see if the beat changes that much.

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