No, this isn't TyTe stripping on a cross-channel ferry, but his Logic X channel strip (based on all the packaged plugins) that he uses as a base for his beatboxing recordings. And here it is...
- TyTe-beatbox (Logic CST file).
Here's a screenshot of the channel strip (click to enlarge):
Here are two audio recordings. The first is made without the channel strip and the second is with the channel strip. 🙂
The Juicy Details
The Channel Strip contains the following:
- Channel EQ
- Speech Enhancer
- Space Designer
1. Channel EQ
The Channel EQ is a very simple. A cut off the very low frequencies to cut out any unwanted rumble or pops, a small boost in the bass frequencies, a slight broad dip of mid frequencies and a wee boost of the presence range of high frequencies. Nothing too severe so I can tweak it from here on in...
A reasonably hard compressor. Not too much - just enough.
3. Speech Enhancer
The audio purists will slam me for this but this noddy plugin gives the sound a nice gentle presence boost that I like.
A very small amount of echo gives the sound a bit of movement. Again, not too much.
Being a mono source, I like to give the sound a bit of stereo spread. It's better than other spreads such as Flora and Marmite.
Because my beatboxing isn't exciting enough, I add a few high-end harmonics with this scintillatingly sonic aural exciter!
7. Space Designer
A wee bit of live chamber reverb helps brighten up the dull dry sound.
And finally, a limiter to keep those pesky signals within limits.
And here's some beatboxing...