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Discussion in 'Opeth (Archived)' started by s&a, Nov 17, 2002.
do you know how does mike make the brutal voice? Does he use voice disortion or it's natural?
Well to me it sounds about as natural as it could get. Just because he can produce incredibly brutal growls, doesn't mean its not natural.
I'm just impressed he can pull off the clean vocals so well after those Death grwols.
it's not natural i guess....haha...check at opeth.com the equipment list!
Bloody Hell, just because the man can pull off those gorwls, doesn't mean they aren't natural. I can growl naturally, and my parents still have trouble distinguishing between me and my CD player.
but not growling 60 minutes at a live gig and sing clean...
Well normally it's just his natural voice, but he uses effects sometimes. like at the start of Demon of the Fall, around 7:30 in Master's Apprentices, and the weird shit at the start of By the Pain I see in Others.
those normal growls are natural...oh well
and the stuff he sings in bloodbath
Reverse that part, no special effects, just a simple reverse.
Mike said in an interview that when he does them in the studio he sounds like a witch or something, but when they listen to them they end up sounding really brutal...strange.
I've seen Opeth live and I can say that Mike growls naturally. He doesn't use any distortion. When singing "Demon of the Fall" he had to cough before switching to normal voice at the end part.
yeah its real alright.
If that's true they are not really natural..
no, it just sounds different because that's how his voice sounds in a recording booth.
im pretty sure some reverb and delay go into some of the growling parts,SOME not all most of the time in very subtle amounts but enough for them to affect the overall sound,A godsend of a voice he has nonetheless
the majority of it is mikael.
some parts are obvious effects like by the pain i see in others "watery vocals" effect
His brutal voice is as natural as it can get. Listen to him in The Leper Affinity or Serenity Painted Death, no effects... just pure growling bliss.
Ha! I think everyone has to cough after growling... well, that's actually a big assumption, and you know what they say about assuming...
Never coughed that I noticed when I saw them.... maybe just wasn't looking at the time...
You look like a cd player?