Tips For Recording Vocals

Updated On
24-Sep-2014
By
Ken

Here's an article about recording vocals, talking about things like how close you should get to the mic.  It also talks about proximity efffect and how it can be a problem as well as a blessing.  Personally when recording for voice over jobs, I like to use proximity effect (which basically says that you get a deeper, "bass-ier" sound the closer you get to certain (most) microphones) to make my audio sound a bit more intimate and immediate.  But like anything else, too much of a good thing.....and all that.

Here is that article:

http://www.homestudiocorner.com/back-that-vocalist-up/

2 comments on “Tips For Recording Vocals”

  1. This was a really good article for sure. I know the post has been around for a while but still Joe really does have a lot of great info. Thanks for posting this Ken. Have a great day.

    Dave

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