hi there, i would … hi there, i would like to know what would be the best approach to mixing backing vocals (e.g do you send to bus and work it from there or do you deal with them individually) If you do have any advice please carry on. Thanks for all the videos very helpful. Thanks.
Not bad. The vocals … Not bad. The vocals sounded over done. I think you’ll get a better sound if you duplicate the vocal track, lower the level and add the effects to the duplicate. that way you still maintain a nice crisp and clear vocal with the original un-effected track, with the effect underneath and not so obvious. i think if you do it that way it will sound much better.
I’m a rapper, and … I’m a rapper, and I’m trying to learn how to use plug-ins the right way. Would you say that a De-esser, compressor and an EQ would be the only plug-ins I would really need to use?? and does that fact that you’re using a USB mic cause less delay to occur when recording?? becuase I’m really concered with having no delays.
my man did you put … my man did you put your effects on a bus or directly on vocal track and is that just one take or more and dubs? thanks, sounds very good man and a great voice doesn’t hurt the effects.
This voice was … This voice was recorded with what equipment? you always use this mic preamp and with whom? for a home studio mic which would indicate you to get good recordings? and that preamp? Thank you. very good recording quality!
Plug and Play???… … Plug and Play???….Can you please explain why i cant record with this mic…I have cool edit pro 2.0 and adbobe audtion3/windows vista…I have my my wave in (se usb 2200a) wav out (Speakers Real tek high defition)
DAMN That mix … That mix sounds great, its 4;19 am i was dozing off while surfing youtube for vocal mixing techniques!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and i found it….after hearing those vocals!!!!!!!!!!! I freaking WOKE UP and listened to the vid like six times to be sure how you got those vocals by using a USB MIC? WOW
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There are several waves bundles that are designed for beginners in that they are affordable and easy to use, but essentially are handpicked plugins from waves pro line. Check out Native Power Pack for example. If you want to go deeper with learning how to use the plugins there is the Gold Certification Bundle course/book. One other option is to get an artist signature series bundle, like the Tony Maserati collection if you’re doing hip hop.
im debating on … im debating on buying a waves plug in soon. Whats a good plug in bundle thats good for beginners just learning about the waves plugins? im into mixing hip hop vocals, instruments, and other effects to make my music sound clear, concise, and still have my base lines sound good.