With this course, I wanted to focus on vocal mixing, trying to cover every possible aspect, in an essential way, as I'd do for my tracks.
A walk through on the vocal of one of my new tracks featuring the singer Tane Welham, where I'll analyze the best plug-ins for every sort of effect, and show to you how to use them in the essential; together with other standard techniques that I didn't used for this song in particular.
In the course I make use of Logic Pro, but all of the things I do are applicable to any digital audio workstation (daw).
Also, I often refer to Waves plug-ins, so having Waves installed for your daw is highly recommended (since they are a common choice for many effects too), please find them at http://www.waves.com (and do not pirate them on websites like audioz.info).
NEW! >> Added english speech text available for download (and possible translation through google translate for example)
Expensive microphone faking
Tuning with Melodyne
Melodyne main tools
Best vocal compressors analyzed
Array of each compressor
How to use a de-esser
Finding correct frequencies to attenuate
Common stereo delay settings for a nice effect
Further way to let vocals stand out
How to give that dreamy air effect to the vocal
Quick look at the vocal on background
A bit of deepness with a vocoder
Panning using delay
Quick method to align two vocals
Good doubling technique
Giving space to the vocal
I'm an electronic music producer, I've worked at the Off Limits Records (historical label in Italy, home of artists as Benny Benassi, Whigfield, Ann Lee, Ingrid, Gigi Barocco and others).
I studied music at the Conservatory for 15 years, graduated with a Master degree in music and guitar on 2010. I grown my interest in electronic music at the same time and it became a real passion where i'm into since 2002.
I'm co-founder of the Deejay School, intensive course about djing, music production and audio engineering held in Italy, started on 2014 with large success so far.
I recently made and released a free iOS app built for music producers and composers, it's called Producer Feed (available for both iPhone and iPad).
My music: (please check my website above)
I'm a Logic Pro, ProTools and Ableton Live user, I started using Logic more than 14 years ago.
I've got experience with most of the popular synths instruments as: Nexus 2, Access Virus ti2, Massive, Sylenth1, Omnisphere, ANA, Strobe, Diva, Spire, Kontakt, Battery, Zebra 2, Z3ta+2, Serum, Alchemy, Twin2, FM8, Discovery, ES2, and others.