In this workshop we want to show you how to integrate backing vocals into your mix with depth and room effects that will make them sound natural…
Besides purely technical and audio corrections, Samplitude also provides the opportunity to process special effects creatively. In general, it’s important to maintain the clarity of any words that are sung to ensure that they can be easily understood in spite of additional effects.
While taking care of the mixdown, you‘ll realize quite often that the main vocal track sounds too weak to come out on top of the mix.
If EQ adjustments as well as chorus or reverb effects don‘t create a satisfying solution, it is time to make the vocals more present through doubling.
The effect of doubling vocals will sound more natural by multiple recordings of course. For this tutorial, though, we‘ll pretend that there is only one vocal recording and not different recordings of the same part.
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