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problems with recording voice parts

Discussion in 'Recording' started by seYo, Dec 22, 2004.

  1. seYo

    seYo Guest

    Ill make this short and simple.
    I recorded my band on my pc using Adobe Audition
    and after some practice I managed to make it sound absolutly amazing ! but when I try recording the voice part, it sounds... bad.

    It sounds like the vocal and the band are two seperate things which have nothing in common. What effects should I use to make this sound better? any tips ?
  2. splurge

    splurge Guest

    I think you need to give a bit more information here !!

    What mic and pre amp did you use ? Also how did you record the rest of the band ??

    In general, you can send your backing and vocals to the same bus, and treat them with the same reverb to make it sound like their in the same room.


  3. seYo

    seYo Guest

    the problem is not between back vocals and the main vocal

    the problem is not between back vocals and the main vocal
    its between the music and the vocal. those 2 dont seem to be like the same song. Ill have to check the details on the mic though, I did all the recording on a radio ;)
  4. splurge

    splurge Guest

    Re: the problem is not between back vocals and the main voca

    Hi seYo,

    When I said your "backing" I meant your "backing music" so, if you treat your backing music and your vocals with the same reverb it can help give the impression that both are in the same space.


  5. seYo

    seYo Guest

    thanx for all the help, Ill keep that in mind :D
  6. inLoco

    inLoco Active Member

    try using leakage...
    when recording vocals let the other instruments be heard a little so you have a bit of live feel...

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