Hey gang . . . Talk to me about double tracking vocals. What is your approach? How do the big boys handle this? My understanding for major label type sessions, is that one vocal performance is the "main" one with a second nearly identical performance in the mix as well, only down lower in volume, maybe 30 or 40 percent or so to help "fill in" the vocals and make them sound huge and stand out. Also, do you like to double track only the chorus or the verses also? Take this hypothetical scenario . . . Say for example you just got hired as the engineer for the newest, hottest newly signed major label band who does "flavor of the month" type heavy new rock. (your sort of a Ben Grosse or Brendan Obrien wanna be, and this is your big chance to make a name for yourself) The record label expects you to help "make hits" for this new unknown band. Do you double track all the guitars? Do you double track all the vocals? What's your approach? OR . . . are none of these decisions up to you because the producer will be making all those choices? Are there any engineers here who regularly work on major label sessions like this? Anyone been in this scenario before? Thoughts? Thanks in advance!