Category: Classic Rock

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  1. Creates space and depth around the vocal with mono delays Manages chopped and screwed vocals, multiple doubles, chants, and adlibs to create a massive group vocal sound Sit next to world-renowned mixing engineer, Adam Hawkins, and learn how he mixed the hit song, "Favorite Color Is Blue", by Robert Delong ft. K. Flay.
  2. Sound mixing is the key to achieving a cohesive listening experience. Discover ten studio secrets to help you mix and produce great sounding tracks in Logic Pro X. Mix after the recording is complete. It’s easy to get sucked into getting the perfect sound every time you open Logic Pro X, but it’s easier to [ ].
  3. Mixing vocals and going through the whole vocal eq process, you are dealing with the uniqueness of the singers voice; their unique timbre. As you’ll soon learn in eq’ing vocals, how you deal with a lead vocalist’s timbre can be quite opposite in how you deal with the varying timbres of backing vocalists.
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  5. Vocal channels generally get Compressor, then EQ, then De-Esser. If I need to clean out low-free on it, I’ll put an Avid EQ3 1-band EQ and filter the lows before compressor. Ozone RX really quick to clean up track noise, mouth noise, repairs. Valhalla Vintage Verb: very popular on sessions sent to us, so is has become a go-to tool.
  6. The official blog of Steel Dawn Recording Studio. The dialog track is to a film what the lead vocal is to a song, only in this case your ‘lead vocal’ was recorded off mic in several untreated locations chock full of planes, cars, winds and AC units.
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  8. Listen to The Rough. This is especially true when you are mixing someone else’s song. The rough (or reference) mix will give you A LOT of clues on how you should be approaching the mix. A lot of times when a producer or artist is working on a record, they aren’t necessarily trying to create a .
  9. Kuk said, ‘Just take 30 minutes, bro.’ So I learned to do a rough mix very quickly, and at the end of the day, that often is the sound of the record. The rough mix is often more important than the final mix, because it sets the direction for the song, and if the artist likes that, you don’t want to lose that by redoing sounds and so on.