Is there anyone know who is the female voice in The Requiem?just curious....please answer me ok!

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I actually wouldn't be surprised if it was an LP band mbr with digi-FX on their voice :P
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maybe mike shinoda? i am just guessing....based on nothing :p

ye its Mike's Voice :)

from the concerts that they have been doing its been mike singing into an mic that alters his voice into the high pitch tone with the help of the keyboard that he brings out.
Mike Shinoda + vocoder = The Requiem (also used on Fallout, but in a different manner).
I watched Mike do this on one of the shows.  I think it was at the Weenie Roast 2011.  I believe he is using an auto-tune which can raise the pitch of your vocals.  But perhaps Astat is right with the vocoder.  I haven't looked into that yet.

yeah its mike he does it at the madison square garden concert, and his voice goes really high on no more sorrow live

It's me.

Just kidding. It's Mike with a vocoder.

maybe, robot voice, mike know about this,..

Um, owning a vocoder and listening to many vocoder samples including fallout where that is a vocoder (with other stuff on it) I'd have to say that's not a vocoder on Mike's voice. On the original recording it's a pitch-shift minimally but in the case of the Requiem, I would say that's a female voice...pitch shifters tend to make a male voice sound cartoony (chipmunks) if shifted that high...while he may do that live, I don't think that's the case on the recording.



chaddio said:

Um, owning a vocoder and listening to many vocoder samples including fallout where that is a vocoder (with other stuff on it) I'd have to say that's not a vocoder on Mike's voice. On the original recording it's a pitch-shift minimally but in the case of the Requiem, I would say that's a female voice...pitch shifters tend to make a male voice sound cartoony (chipmunks) if shifted that high...while he may do that live, I don't think that's the case on the recording.


This is not something that's even up for debate, it has been CONFIRMED by both band management (at the A Thousand Suns listening parties) and Mike Shinoda himself that it's him. If it was someone other than a band member they would be credited with a guest appearance on the song. An Electro-Harmonix V256 vocoder is the exact pedal that was used on both The Requiem and Fallout.

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