Using Audacity 2.1.3 on Mac OS X 10.8 with .dmg installed. For a hobby project I want to create a dragon voice with a gargling effect in the voice. Found a great tutorial on YouTube for this [(url]https://youtu.be/6AvP0GKGP4k[/url]) but he uses the software Reaper.
To archive this gargling effect he uses a pitch shift but apparently he has advanced control over time window and fade time (check video link at about 4:00 minutes). Using different time windows for pitch down and a following pitch up is the key in getting the wanted sound.
My question: any way to get the same control in Audacity too? Or is there another way to archive this sound effect?
It looks like he’s using “ReaPitch”, which is one of the VST effects included with Reaper.
I don’t know if it is available in the separate “ReaPlugs VST FX Suite”, but if you are able to run Windows software, then you could try installing ReaPlugs (available free from the Reaper website).