Hi folks, totally new here. Have been playing around with song writing for the last 10 years. I don't mind writing but recording and mixing (to end up with what I have in my head) is the difficult bit aint it! Steep learning curve.
Hi guys. Need not working or burned out, or beyond repair or bad working:
- Manley Voxbox
-universal audio 2192
-universal audio La-610
-TL Audio 5052 IVORY
Willing to buy them for good money. Very urgently need them.
I have been recording my own stuff for years and want to try thickening up my choruses, making them more powerful for more contrast and pop (in style). Whenever I do them, the two tracks of my voice tend to come off as sounding droney.
Many thanks everyone, for your feedback and your advice. You have been most helpful! Hopefully we'll be back with better quality soon enough. :)
An acquaintence of mine found a vocalist for his band, and apparently this guy is like most pop stars today, and can't sing in key. So, they are in need of some pitch correction. I have neither the time nor the patience, so if anyone around here has the tools and the know-how, and wants to make a few (and I do mean a few) dollars, send me a pm.
Audiogrocery is excited to announce Voice De Bulgaria vocal pack for Stylus RMX.
I have been trying to find out how to make backing vox sound as if they were sorrounding me. I hear it in a lot of hip hop tracks and i would like to do the same to pop, r&b and gospel songs. My question is how can i make the backing vox seem as if the are coming literally out of the speakers and sitting in front of my face. Like as if the sound was in 3D.
I've been making music in Logic for a while and just recently began recording vox. I tried using the tracks in the arrange window of logic 9 while making songs and I dont use an external hdd, which some people see as a bad idea, but I have done it. Now for some unknown reason I cant get any vox to lay right.
My apologies if this is "old hat" for the pros in here. I just wanted to share this for anyone who wants to adapt this to their own home studio.
I am always looking for ways to make new sounds. This trick is nothing more than splitting a mic signal and passing it through both a tube and xsistor preamp and recording in the DAW on two tracks.
So this is what I have done: