Originally Posted by LABONERECORDINGS
Peff has a sick method.... using vocoder....
Get a crowd sample long enough on a loop so you don't hear it loop over prob 10-15 secs,
then feed that as standard input (carrier, should be stereo input) into the Vocoder. Get your main 'spoken word' sample as the modulator (into the 'mic' socket), and then you can start to use the 'spoken word' to 'modulate' the crowd, to get more people saying the same word.... have a play with that, I'll have a look for Peff's proper example in his book (PowerTools for Reason 3)
I was thinking this would be a good idea, but hadn't tried it to recommend it.