Very Comprehensive Vocal Mixing Guide

“A QUICK EXCURSION INTO VOCAL RECORDING” with Marc Mozart!

This is everything, but Quick 😉

A useful guide and starting point for mixing vocals. Thanks to Marc Mozart for taking the time to put this together and share it with us!

Go there Now –> mixedbymarcmozart.com

Topics and Subtopics Covered

TOO MUCH TREBLE AND ESSES
NO POP SHIELD
RECORDING IN A VOCAL BOOTH
USING A TRACKING COMPRESSOR

TUNING
BUILDING THE LEAD VOCAL-CHAIN

  • CONTINUITY
  • SIBILANCE
  • WARMTH
  • PRESENCE
  • ATTITUDE
  • FINAL TONE AND DYNAMICS CONTROL

A final EQ can round off highs and mids. I like a Pultec EQP-1a here, to boost at 20Hz, and Attenuate at 20kHz. Your vocals will sound more analogue when you roll off the top end slightly. Both the boost at 20Hz, and the at- tenuation at 20kHz should not affect the essence of the tone you have created. The boosts can add little bit of weight, and the cut removes top end energy that only hurts at loud volumes.

PARALLEL COMPRESSION

VOX AGAINST THE WORLD

BACKING VOCALS
BACKING VOCAL CHAIN

  • CONTINUITY
  • SIBILANCE
  • WARMTH
  • PRESENCE
  • ATTITUDE
  • FINAL TONE AND DYNAMICS CONTROL
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Author: Joshua Casper

Joshua Casper is an Artist, Musician, and Blogger.

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