Groove3 - Recording Vocals Explained
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Want to get a professional sound when recording vocals? This collection of video lessons from the multi-platinum producer and engineer Kenny Gioia guides you through the setup process and its recording, editing, tuning, data compression, and vocals.
See how Kenny step by step will show you everything from the selection and placement of the microphone to the different methods of data to get a really professional result. Want to Get Professional Sounding results When recording vocals? This collection of video tutorials by multi-platinum engineer and producer Kenny Gioia takes you through his process for setting up and recording, editing, tuning, EQ'ing, compressing and mixing vocals. Watch as Kenny Takes you Step by Step, from mic selection and Placement, All the Way through Mixing, and Get A Truly Professional result. Kenny Begins with with an in-depth Look at the different types of mics he likes to use and Their Proper placement in conjunction with wind screens and pop filters. Next, he runs through the proper recording levels for a DAW, including mic preamp settings and the use of compressors to control dynamic range. Kenny then shows you the proper use of EQ and compression for recording both before the DAW and after. Moving on, Kenny Shows His Technique for adding Reverb and delay to create space and Inspire Our vocalists in the recording Process. Recording Takes is next up, and Kenny Shows how he Prefers to Record Takes to the Session Keep Moving, and Get the Best Possible performance from the singers. Kenny then Focuses on comping together the Keeper Takes to create one finished master performance. Editing vocals is then Explored and you'll learn the pros and cons When using both Elastic Audio and Beat Detective Editing. After Demonstrating the use of Sidechain Compression, Kenny Shows A Unique Technique for recording background vocals in A Way That Makes IT extremely convenient, fast and more focused for your singers. De-Essing and tuning the vocal are up next, and Kenny Shows how manually de-essing the vocal manually can be both quick and beneficial. Kenny then uses Antares Auto-Tune 7 to get the vocals perfectly in tune and more polished as finished product. Finally, Kenny revisits all of the previous discussed effects, re-tweaks them along with adding a few extras. He then Proceeds to ride and the AutoMate Lead vocal to fit perfectly into the mix. If you Record vocals or are just getting into recording, this series Will Give you A Solid Foundation and even some New Tips and Techniques ... Watch "Recording Vocals Explained" today.
01. Mic Technique 03m: 51s
02. Proper Recording Levels 05m: 21s
03. The Vocal Sound 09m: 28s
04. Monitor FX 03m: 59s
05. Recording Takes 05m: 18s
06. Comping Vocals 07m: 08s
07. Recording Bk Vox 03m: 51s
08. De-Essing 08m: 37s
09. Tuning 08m: 22s
10. Mixing the Vocal 10m: 36s
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