Mouse voice


    Sep 18 2013 | 5:21 pm
    Hi
    Would you know an ABLETON LIVE FX, or a M4L device that would allow me to get a voice style like a mouse voice in cartoons (without falling into exaggeration)?
    Thanks so much
    Best regards
    Denis

    • Sep 18 2013 | 6:38 pm
      ...why not just record the audio and pitch it up? That's what the studios have been doing for more than half a century. Do you need it to happen in realtime? If so, then a pitchshifter is in order - maxforlive.com has a few - both under "pitch shifter" and "pitchshifter", for some reason.
    • Sep 18 2013 | 7:02 pm
      Hi WETTERBERG
      Thanks so much for answering
      I need to do it in realtime indeed.
      So I'm going to look for a pitch shifter in maxforlive.com ; thank you ;-)
      By the way (sorry, I'm a begginer)... in which folder placing M4L devices (I have a Mac Book and Snow Leopard, Max 5 and LIVE 8) ???
      And.... which object can I use in Max to create a pitch shifter ? ---> gizmo ? Anything else ?
      Best regards
      Denis
    • Sep 20 2013 | 8:41 am
      Real Mickey Mousing (it's actually called that) is a time-based effect, so you'll probably get more authentic results using the classic delay line method than you would with gizmo.
      Have a look at http://msp.ucsd.edu/techniques/latest/book-html/node125.html which shows a PD version, which is pretty straightforward to translate into Max - just substitute a tapin-tapout pair for vd~ and a pong~ for wrap~,
      Cheers
      Roger
    • Sep 20 2013 | 10:43 am
      And Sam Tarakajian (among others) has shown how to implement this in Max:
      (feels like I post this link every month!!)
      Brendan