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recording screaming vocal tracks

Discussion in 'Vocals' started by trojanso9, Jan 27, 2006.

  1. trojanso9

    trojanso9 Guest

    anyone that records bands that have a singer who screams alot . do you use any plugins for the screams? cause i am about to record my first band who actually screams . any tips?
     
  2. sushifish

    sushifish Guest

    Compression, eq, and reverb. A great screamer is always a plus :cool:
     
  3. rudedogg

    rudedogg Guest

    sm7 or sm58, and the sansamp plugin all come in very handy. as do compression and eq. don't overdo the compression however.

    watch those red lights!
     
  4. trojanso9

    trojanso9 Guest

    thanks alot to both replies!!
     
  5. mark_van_j

    mark_van_j Active Member

    Yeah I would also go for the 58. Has a certain "je ne sais quoi" with screamers.

    Also try the following trick: Double the final vokal take, and distort it with a plugin like trash, sans amp or amplitube. Then fade it in as necessary. Adds a grittiness and dirtyness that can make it very interesting. Maybe not for the whole track, but only during those real screams.
     
  6. If they scream, stick to a dynamic mic like the SM57. If they scream like a vocal coach teaches you, then use a good condenser.
     

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