Yez, Help..

Discussion in 'Vocalists' started by MyRearview, Aug 15, 2009.

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  1. MyRearview

    MyRearview Guest

    Ive been' on recording.org's forum for a while without creating a user, so yah Hey. :)

    Okey first of, my english sucks i know so dont jugde please.

    Ive got this problem , everytime i record something like a song with an instrumental or something it sounds nice and well done on my side , but when i realese it to someone else, some of them can only can hear the instrumental and a little vocal when it should be higher, and etc etc SO whats up with that?

    Can somone give me tips and stuff?
     
  2. Codemonkey

    Codemonkey Well-Known Member

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    Monitoring.

    With poor speakers/room treatment, you can't hear the full range of everything in the mix, so all it takes is for the instruments to have a large amount of X frequency which you can't hear too well, and they swamp the vocals, without you noticing.

    Acoustic treatment, monitors, checking the mix with another pair of speakers and tweaking it, will all help.
     
  3. MyRearview

    MyRearview Guest

    ..

    Can i use headphones ?
     
  4. Codemonkey

    Codemonkey Well-Known Member

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    Yeah but it's like watching TV on a projector screen. There's something not quite right about it...

    I find that when mixing on headphones, it ends up awfully balanced on low volumes, and the low end is a problem. You can teach yourself to mix on them but not without a lot of experience.

    You can, however, use headphones as a second pair of speakers.
     
  5. MyRearview

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    Hahaha thanks for the help man :)
     
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