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Pretty much any DAW or audio editor will let you insert markers on the fly during playback, and you can reposition them with sample accuracy. Off the top: Reaper, Ableton Live, Wavelab, Nuendo, ProTools, Adobe Audition, probably Audacity. Some programs make working with markers a pleasure, others are more awkward.


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You can recreate the vocal sound at 1:24 by using a taking the vocal and "drenching" it in reverb (preferably a plate reverb) and then adding a pitch shifting reverb (but take care to lower the mix of the pitch shifting reverb or else it will mess up the sound). The VSTs which will be the most appropriate for doing this are Valhalla Vintage Verb and Valhalla ...


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