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In a previous article on the acoustic guitar in the mix we looked at compression and equalization.
Many home recordists hope to perfect their productions by doing their own mastering on their studio computer.
Where do you situate the mic when recording? Have you thought of using a pickup? Your track almost sounds 'plastic', like a nylon string.
The last few weeks I’ve been on a mixing kick.
The audio compressor , is a pretty useful item, and one which you need to add to your system at some point if you are recording any type of audio, especially vocals.
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Getting great recorded vocals can seem like rocket science, especially with all the complicated editing and processing tools that Logic now provides. So this month we'll be giving you the advice you need to produce that big commercial sound.
Automatic tuning is synonymous with many things, good and bad. We take a look at Logic 's Pitch Correction and then examine what Auto-Tune can add.
Please Note - The values below are merely guides, each mix is unique and individual so experimentation is advised.
Equalizing a vocal track can be very tricky. Sometimes it seems to sound like it was stuck on later, and doesn't flow with the rest of the track.
I am going to show you how I mix my vocal track in one of my songs.
Q I'm currently using a dynamic mic for recording vocals, but I've heard that capacitor mics are better.
Vocals are the most important instrument in any audio mixing work. In fact if the vocals are not properly mixed, you can observe a difference between good and poor audio production work.
This entry is part 4 of 17 in the Recording Vocals Session - Show All « Previous Next » Persuading a problematic vocal recording to play nicely with the rest of your mix can seem like a futile task. Well-recorded vocals and poorly-recorded vocals both need to be correctly prepared, and the processes we’re going through today will help you turn your untreated vocal take into a polished and commercial sound.