Ghetto Talk bottle

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Postby killedaway » Sun Jun 03, 2007 8:41 am

honestly, Jambo, i think it sounds fantastic. i'm amazed at how close it comes to the "real deal". further, i found the coughing and sniffing to be hilarious. my brother and i were in stitches listening to it -- mostly because i find the Talkbox to be a tremendously silly effect (in a good way) but also because of the robotic "you know, i don't know the words, i don't know the words..."

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Postby Uncle Screwtape » Fri Jun 08, 2007 7:39 am

Sounds good Jambo. Really has a similar sound to Frampton's. 8)

I like the concept. I'll have some tinkering to do this weekend, I guess. :)
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Postby neandrewthal » Sat Jun 09, 2007 12:32 am

Wow. I always thought those sounds were made by vocoders. I thought talkboxes were only good for Frampton bullshit. Now I have to make my own
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Postby OriginalJambo » Sun Jun 10, 2007 1:18 am

Thanks for all the feedback guys - I really appreciate it.

I've made a few modifications to it since - shortened the pipe and covered the bottle with tape to further dampen the sound escaping a bit. Have a listen if ya like. Sounds a bit different now I think.

If anyone else actually gets around to making one themselves let me know as I'd love to hear your results.
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Postby aeon » Sun Jun 10, 2007 1:31 am

sound-wise, that is absolutely class and musical to my ear. well-done! :D


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Postby OriginalJambo » Sun Jun 10, 2007 2:33 am

aeon wrote:sound-wise, that is absolutely class and musical to my ear. well-done!


Again thank ye all kindly. :)

It's quite amazing that is sounds this good considering what I've used and how shoddily I've pieced it together. I think some of the magic lies with the Octave Cats powerful oscillators - I've ran it through the Polivoks and the results weren't quite as good in my own honest opinion.
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