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What is voice tag ?

Voice Tags are short audio phrases often saying the name, brand, or slogan of a Music Producer, DJ, or Videographer to protect & to let their audience know who is responsible for their creative works. The length of a voice tag is usually about 3 to 8 seconds long and some times done with vocal effects in the mix.
Voice tags are NOT copyrightable because alone they do not meet the minimally creative standard needed for copyright protection. To protect your voice tags, you will have to register them as trademarks.
If you’re new to what voice tags are, check out the video to help you grasp an idea of what voice tags are for.

VOICE TAGS ARE ALSO SOMETIMES CALLED:
  • Audio Drops
  • Beat Tags
  • Vocal Drops
  • DJ Drops
  • Producer Tags
Voice tag's effects examples
Reverb is an effect that makes an object sound as if it is in a room. We can make it sound as if it is in a big room or small room. There are many different types of effects for this.
Stutters is when an audio clip is simply just “chopped” or “sliced” into small-like patterns. Usually used at the beginning of a word or name.
Flanger hight freq is an effect that creates a frequency swirl effect. Sounds like a "whoosh" at high frequencies.
Flanger low freq (reverberation) is an effect that makes the subject sound like it is in a room. There are many different effects for this.
Pitch bend is an automation effect where we make the tone of our vocals go from low pitch to high pitch or high pitch to low pitch in one single flow.
Highpitch means we will raise the tone of our vocals on the voice tag recording. (Make the voice sound higher or like a "chipmunk".)
Low pitch means we will lower the tone of our vocals on the voice tag recording. (Make the voice sound deeper.)
Dry is an audio file with no effects. Nothing but the natural recording of the vocal. No reverb, echoes, pitch effects.
Revers reverb is a popular effect that is done where the “tail” of an reverb effect is played in reverse or backwards. This effect gives a “sweeping” or “rising” type of sound.
Delay / echo an echo is much like a more “delayed” version of a reverb that repeats with more “gaped'“ timing.
Panorama is a specialized tool for creating stunningly realistic 3-D audio scenes using regular stereo sound.
Tapestop or the tape stop effect is an effect that simulates slowing down and lowering the pitch when playback is stopped on a tape recorder.