Hi! Wow, it's been a while since I've travelled this way.
I've been asked to do a cover of Boston's "Hitch a Ride".
I'd like to solicit opinions for what processing they are using on the legendary Brad Delp's vocals. To my ears, I can't decide if he tracked it twice or if the doubling is done electronically.
I'm trying to set up a simple vocal chain in Samplitude pro x5 using Aux buses but can't quite wrap my head around it. I have made my own templates in the past which typically include some midi drums sent to a drum bus, a couple guitar tracks sent to a guitar bus, bass sent to a bass bus, vocals sent to a vocal bus etc.. These buses, I send to a submix bus which is then sent to my main outs.
Hi there. We decided to move on to Ableton for live processing vocals on stage. We found that Ableton provides many effects which can be used in many different ways. Currently we've got Ableton 9, Line 6 digital wifi mic and NI AUDIO KONTROL 1 sound card. Everything is ok in my home studio, but once we go in the club and plugin our gear in the sound system we have a lot of feedback.
Hey guys. I'm looking for some pointers on how you process your vocals. Sometimes I have real trouble getting mine to sit in a mix and sometimes I even find they sound quite thin at the source which is obviously something I really need to take care of.
I would like to know from you pro types.
What kind of signal level do you use for vocal input ?
HALLO, PLEASE COULD SOMEBODY IN DETAILS TELL ME WHAT THE BASIC PROCESSES ARE FOR FRESH (DRY) RECORDED VOCALS. WHAT IS MOSTLY A GOOD THRESHOLD, ATTACK/REALEASE/GATE/ WHEN USING COMPRESSORS? WHAT IS THE PROPER ORDER WHEN YOU WANT TO APPLY EQUALAZATION, DELAY, ENHANCERS, EXCITERS AND REVERB?