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Getting Around (Vocal Mix)

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  • 23.11.2019 at 18:56
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    Jun 12,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - "I Get Around" (Van She Vocal Mix) - Dragonette YouTube; 4. I Love You (Van She Tech Remix) - I Am Finn - Duration: ScarletRhapsody 13, views. Author: EpicureSounds. Reply
  • 24.11.2019 at 13:51
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    Start with a medium attack time around 15ms and adjust to taste. A fast attack (5ms) will make your vocals sound thick and heavy. A slow attack (30ms) will make your vocals sound punchy and aggressive. Dial in a medium release time of 40ms and adjust from there. Try to . Reply
  • 25.11.2019 at 08:07
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    Jun 18,  · If you’re going for a modern, in-your-face vocal, it’s common to use parallel compression. Simply send the vocal to an aux channel with an aggressive compressor (like the CLA or dbx ), and smash it to smithereens. Don’t be afraid to use high ratios, fast attack and release times, and low thresholds. Reply
  • 20.11.2019 at 07:42
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    Mar 11,  · Whatever you do for your overall mix, keep this in mind: Mix Your Vocals First. Out of all of your vocal mixing tips, don’t ignore this. Start by bringing your vocals into the mix first, then add other stuff one by one. Do some basic EQing on the vocals in solo first to craft out the nasties and do some basic boosting. Reply
  • 18.11.2019 at 11:05
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    May 26,  · Remember, depending on the vocal range and octaves the singer is working in, this will change. Especially with gender. That's why there are such wide ranges provided for you to hunt around in. A great trick for keeping the lead vocal in front of the mix is to give it a small wide boost in the right Presence range and also in the Intelligibility range. Reply
  • 23.11.2019 at 12:08
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    Jun 07,  · You can get creative with how you mix the backgrounds so that they add a bit of mystery to the way they sound in the track. The goal is to try and get them to move around the lead vocal. There are a couple of tools I use when going for this type of effect but I’m sure there are a lot more creative possibilities out there. Reply
  • 25.11.2019 at 13:42
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    Sep 11,  · The delays are heavily filtered to stop them sticking out in the mix. Wet dry is set to a low level and increased to slowly reveal the slap-back feel. Gently increasing the mix begins to add a sense of width and space around the vocal. Touch Loops Slap Back Delay FX. Reply
  • 24.11.2019 at 20:30
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    Aug 04,  · After having transcribed, I recorded all the part, and then mix and edit. Even if you see 10 videos (drums, bass, guitar, solo guitar, singing lead and chorus), In reality there are 16 audio tracks. Reply
  • 21.11.2019 at 22:41
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    May 09,  · I want to have the vocals sit “in the mix”, not “on top of the mix” As an afficionado of Pensado’s Place i have noticed that most of the great guests on that show use the vocal first approach, to me it just makes more sense to work that way, modelling everything around the most important part in a mix. Reply

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