Last Updated on January 10, 2021 by IDS Team
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Now, Slate Digital, the company know for very very good emulation of hardware outboard unit, have released this very good pdf booklet about mixing vocals.
Vocals are extremely tricky to get right given the dynamic nature of the human voice, the broad range of frequencies it covers and the somewhat hard to obtain sweet spot of modern music mixing.
And if you plan to record your own voice and process it with this guide, we have written a very extensive comparrison and review for the best microphone arm on the market right now.
Slate Academy, the tutorial side of Slate Digital’s business, has got this covered with six parts, following the signal path and the natural way of sound treatment:
- Corrective Eq
- Tone shaping
- Stereo processing (Reverb/Delay)
We found this list very handy, from the perspective of information contained as well as structuring, so without further ado, here is the download link for the PDF: