James Lee Voice Effect

Hello, I’m using Windows 10.

Sorry if this is in the wrong place but I wanted to open up a discussion about this and couldn’t find a place I felt suited it so this was the only area I felt suited me but feel free to move it if there’s a better section.

I was wondering if anyone knows how this guy, James Lee, manages to get this really cool effect with his voice. Anyone think he may have used some effect on Audacity or is it something else, perhaps?


That effect tracks (follows) the pitch of his voice. There aren’t any native Audacity effects which do that.

If you put this code in Audacity’s Nyquist prompt

(mult 0.5 (sum *track* (sim (mult *track* (fmosc 40 (hzosc 40)))))))

It’s a little bit like it, but it does not vary : no tracking.

[ In addition try dropping the pitch by ~10% ]

Ah, thank you for the quick response. :slight_smile: I’ll try it out. :slight_smile:

I think pitch-tracking modulation is the effect you’re after.
Grallion2 plugin will do that, see … https://youtu.be/u-iyuK_mmXs?t=2m55s
Grallion2 works in Audacity in Windows.
Now the bad news: the full version of Grallion2 costs ~$30.

Ah, yeah, that sounds right. :slight_smile: Thank you very much for going to the effort of finding that for me, I appreciate it a lot. :smiley: