Well it seems that the Zombie craze has been strong the last few years. I decided to have fun one evening and sat down with my Mac and a Neumann U87 microphone through a Neve Portico 5012 preamp. I found some watermelon in the fridge because I needed to be eating something to create the zombie flesh feast sound that I was after. I recorded it....and then cleaned up the floor from all the juice that had gotten on it. I mean I really got into it. And I don't like watermelon. Using the plugin Zplane's ElastiquePitch2 I was able to lower my voice a bit and make it more sinister sounding. It was great fun to make and I can only imagine what my neighbors were thinking because it sounded great with the volume turned up a bit!
Here is the recording: Zombie Flesh Feast
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