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Kick/Bass drum is what drives rock music. It's what makes hip hop danceable. It's how jazz drummers push the band. Such a special drum needs special treatment, especially in the studio! First and foremost... you need good source material . Sound on Sound interviewed several professional engineers and it was nearly unanimous.
Vocal recording and effects chains include, depending on the performance, a de-esser, a noise gate, an equalizer, and a compressor. Frequently, engineers also add effects like chorus, delay, tape saturation (unless recording to tape, of course,) and reverb, to enhance the sound. In a pro studio, most of this treatment is handled by expensive hardware and plugins (like those from Waves and UAD.)
Learn about everything that happens after tracking - from editing to mixing various instruments to the ins and outs of mastering. Editing Once you've got your tracks, you'll need to take out mistakes and clean up the material to make it sound its very best. Here are the skills you'll need to get there. Mixing Entire books have been written about turning a collection of tracks into that magical thing we call "a great mix".
The ' Mixing Secrets ' Free Multitrack Download Library Below is a list of raw multitrack projects which can be freely downloaded for mixing practice purposes. All these files are presented as ZIP archives containing uncompressed WAV files (24-bit or 16-bit resolution and 44.1kHz sample rate), without any effects or processing. When importing them, just make sure all the track files start at exactly the same moment in time within your DAW project. ( Download problems? ) In addition to the Full Multitrack packages, there are also many quick-download Edited Excerpt versions (usually featuring the song's biggest chorus) which provide 'bite-sized' mixing assignments well-suited to classroom use. In both cases a preview mix is provided for easy auditioning while browsing through the list.