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Lesson 8
Lesson 8

Lesson 8

Vocals are the most critical part of your song. In this lesson, you will be covering the pre and post recording methods used for vocals.

SECTION ONE: VOCAL OVERDUBS

You will cover the types of characteristics male singers have that differ from female singers, and the microphones that work best for your recording situation.

SECTION TWO: MICROPHONE PREAMPLIFIERS

Covers the use of a microphone preamplifier in the beginning of the vocal chain, which adds warmth to a vocal recording.

SECTION THREE: VOCAL COMPRESSORS

Covers the use of a vocal compressor, which can add dynamics to a vocal recording.

SECTION FOUR: VOCAL EQUALIZERS

Covers the use of a Vocal EQ, which can add punch, clarity, depth and more to a track that needs a bit of change to fit well with the other instruments in a mix.

 

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