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Vocal Track basics

Discussion in 'Vocals' started by JyRo, May 31, 2006.

  1. JyRo

    JyRo Guest

    What kind of processing needs to be done on most every vocal track??

    This is what I'm working with right now


    eq (high pass around 200hz)

    the right reverb
  2. backinthelab

    backinthelab Guest

    Sounds about right. I mean...Sounds about right? That's the processing you need to use, when it sounds right. You may not need any of the three, you may only need EQ, you might not. We're not talking a perfect science here, just use your ears! (y)
  3. JyRo

    JyRo Guest

    Cool thanks! I was just curious if there were any other fundamental processing I was missing. I have recently learned that for my voice I most def need a high pass around 200hz sounds about right for me. For compression I start with a preset ans tweak it a lil bit.. Still trying to find the right reverb sound for me.
  4. alimoniack

    alimoniack Guest

    I almost hate to admit it, but I de-ess quite a lot hehe...just a little, mind. I find it can help when you wanna boost presence without inducing excessive sibilance. I use it more often than not, call me crazy...

    Other than that, I usually use a similar chain (no presets tho, I'll make my own).

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