RO is a forum that was founded - and is still based - on actual recording methods. These are methods that implement using actual microphones on real instruments.

    Accordingly, in keeping with the tradition of this forum, we must insist that ANY SONG YOU POST MUST INCLUDE AT LEAST ONE TRACK OF AUDIO THAT HAS ACTUALLY BEEN PERFORMED BY YOU AND RECORDED USING A MICROPHONE. Using pre-recorded performance/phrase samples, or loops recorded by someone else, or lifted from another recording or phrase sample library, do not count.

    Songs that are 100% VSTi-based will be deleted; further, posting a song with the sole intent of simply upping a view or listen count on various audio streaming sites will also be deleted. If you wish to post songs that use computer-performed VSTi's, we suggest that you find a site that is founded more towards this style of production.

    -- thanks!

I need your ears!!!! Come and Listen (Vocal Mixing Tips)

Discussion in 'Song & Mix Collaboration' started by ShutDownProductions, Feb 28, 2005.

  1. I have just gotten into vocal mixing and I am always lookin for pointers and tips to improve my recording and mixing. I would have been lost if it wasn’t for these forums because product manuals can only tell you so much. I am pleased with the quality of my recordings but I know I can get better with more knowledge. I have been having a problem mixing one of my artist vocals. He has a deeper voice and I can’t seemed to get it to sound right when I play it on other systems. On my monitors it sounds great but if I play it on a system with satellite speakers and a sub you can barely hear him. I dunno if I should just increase the level of his vocal or tweak the eq settings or what I have to do to get his vocals to mix well on other systems. I don’t wanna lose the good full sound of his voice so I would like some suggestions. Here is a link to the song:
    http://us.f1f.yahoofs.com/bc/97d0a406_m41884082/bc/NCG/ncg mp3.mp3?bfFnBJCB7O7MbZ6G
    Beware there is some explicit lyrics this song. He is on the first and third verse also the chorus. Lend me some fresh ears cuz my are getting a little burnt out, hehe. Thanks.

    -C Dog
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    link doesnt work for me