With the right set of effects, you can turn any sound into something interesting. FL Studio has a set of effects and tools to manipulate audio in a variety of ways. One such tool is Pitcher. Pitcher is a real-time pitch-correction, manipulation & harmonization plugin that can correct and harmonize under MIDI control from a keyboard or the Piano roll.
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Anyway, here’s an audio example of what kind of vocal effect I’m going to teach you:
First the dry vocal:
And now with the effect:
I have also attached the FL Studio 10 project file which you can download and use freely. The original vocal clip I’m not allowed to share because it’s from a commercial sample library, but you can replace it with whatever sample material you have. Just remember to assign the sample to Mixer Track 1, because that’s where the effects are.
Here’s the video: