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Can this be fixed? without

Discussion in 'Recording' started by PatientDreams, May 31, 2007.

  1. :oops: I record with a stand alone without a compressor. Tascam DP01. Can I pull the vocal track off the following mix which will be in wave and fix it with Cakewalk V4XL, Cool Edit or FL 5
    Would appreciate help/ Thanks

    Give a listen
    http://www.soundclick.com/util/getp...id=5358936&q=hi
     
  2. dementedchord

    dementedchord Well-Known Member

    the link didnt work for me....

    if i u nderstand your question though the answer is no.... pulling a part off that has already been mixed is not really acheivable.... whats wrong with it???
     
  3. Vocal problems

    Sorry about the link not working in here. Maybe try typing in http://. I think this takes you to the band page. You're looking for a song called "Butterfly". Thanks. Really trying not to have to sing again. Again thanks for the time.
     
  4. Yaseck

    Yaseck Active Member

    You can try a multiband compressor.
     
  5. I Think a remix is needed

    Compressor is an issue which I believe will make it easier to EQ. Thanks guys for the input. Any more input is always taken into mind.
     
  6. zemlin

    zemlin Well-Known Member

    There's already way too much compression on that track - pumps, lacks dynamics, sounds distorted. IMHO, the whole thing needs to be re-recorded - and there's no way you can suck the vocal out of that track to process it after the fact ... but it's there's no dynamic range left to compress anyway ...

    I think this track might do very well if you double up the guitar tracks and maybe the vocal tracks too.

    Generally it's a good idea to EQ before compression. You probably want to do a light EQ cut in the low-mids to make more space for the vocal - let it come out on top of the guitars more cleanly.
     
  7. Appreciate the reply

    Track is recorded separately but does have a clipping. Gonna probally do it again, with a dryer signal, so that maybe I can create a better tone on the computer. Just not set up properly to do the main record on computer. I guess what I wanted to know is can the computer programs really make a difference to a wave program? Thanks again.
     
  8. zemlin

    zemlin Well-Known Member

    Re: Appreciate the reply

    :-? uh ... what?
     
  9. In response to your reply

    In response to your reply on my reply. hehe
    The song was butterfly. The question was about the vocal track coming off of a stand a lone recorder. Heres the song again. Thanks

    Butterfly
    http://www.soundclick.com/util/getplayer.m3u?id=5358936&q=hi
     
  10. In response to your reply

    In response to your reply on my reply. hehe
    The song was butterfly. The question was about the vocal track coming off of a stand a lone recorder. Heres the song again. Thanks

    Butterfly
    http://www.soundclick.com/util/getplayer.m3u?id=5358936&q=hi
     
  11. zemlin

    zemlin Well-Known Member

    so what, specifically, is your question?
     

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