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Record vocal and screams...u have any advice?

Discussion in 'Production' started by Nico_pitty, Oct 5, 2011.

  1. Nico_pitty

    Nico_pitty Nick

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    Hi guys...Tomorrow for the first time i'll record vocals and screams for my band...
    i'm going to try the "Sturgis" method..open a new project, put the mastered track...then open a few stereo track and put effects then open a one stero track for the vocal to record then edit by hand....but i don't have any idea of what effects i have to use,and in which order...
    Help me guys ;)
     
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    delay/echo
    phaser
    decimation (bit reduction)
    flanger/chorus
    reverb/resonator fx
    envelope followers/ filters
    distortion/saturation/biasing fx

    ...et cetera

    what order you put these processors in is what determines the creativity.
     
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    Nico_pitty Nick

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    And for example...do i have to compress all vocals?? and for the double tracking in the scream...do i have to do it always??
     
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    ahjteam Anssi Tenhunen

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    Compress? 99% of the time, yes. There is that 1% when you don't have to do that, but you are not one of those cases.
     

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