Tweet Vocal Plugin Chain Set Up Example 1 Quite often people ask what plugins I use on vocals and in what order. To help answer this question I will periodically post pictures of the different vocal chain set ups I use. In this particular example I was after a ‘breathy’ and ‘airy’ vocal sound for [...]
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Tweet Top Tips for Recording Vocals What type of microphone should I use? Condenser microphones are generally best for recording vocals. They don’t handle high sound pressure levels as well as
Tweet Set Up A Home Studio To Make Your Own Recordings by: Edgar Clyne Nowadays affordable computers and great audio hardware make it feasible for anyone to make great recordings.
Tweet Guide to Choosing the Right Microphone Use the chart below to help you choose the right microphone. Disclaimer: This is our version of a chart that was originally created by Dan Richards at www.thelisteningsessions.com
Tweet Five Things You Can do to Improve your Mix 1. Make sure your audio tracks are free from, hiss, hums, crackles, pops or any other unwanted noise. Spend some time taking care of any non-creative editing tasks so that the mixing process is creative and musical. Seperating creative and non-creative tasks helps you stay [...]
Tweet Top Ten Free VST Plugins for Mac & PC 1. BLOCKFISH is a versatile compressor with countless ways to shape the incoming audio. Unlike many other digital compressors, BLOCKFISH has ‘soul’. It likes to bite, but it can be tamed easily once you’ve learned how to use its potential. You can remove the front [...]
Tweet De-essers De-essing is the method of reducing the loudness of frequencies in vocal recordings that cause spitting or piercing when an “ess or shh” sound is made. This is called sibilance. Sibilance can also occur when a “t” sound is made. It is an unpleasant sound and can spoil an otherwise good vocal recording. [...]
Tweet Limiters Limiters are much like compressors. They both process dynamic levels in pretty much the same way though the difference is that limiters have a much greater ratio.
Tweet Microphones There are essentially two main types of microphone: Dynamic and Condenser. Dynamic Dynamic microphones can handle very high sound pressure levels making them best suited for recording loud sounds such as drums, percussion or a powerful vocalist. Dynamic microphones do not require an external power supply.