Tutorial Overview: Mixing Vocals
I’ve put a lot of blood, sweat and tears into preparing this training course for you. We’ve got everything from clean up, parallel compression, EQ, subtractive EQ, Additive EQ, when o do it, how to do it, what frequencies to look for, certain types of compression, effects, delays, slaps, digital, analog, distortion — I’ve gone nuts trying to outline and communicate to you how I’m mixing vocals. Multiband compression, the list goes on and on.
But I wanted to be specific about a couple of things. The package contains my overview, which is gonna be a walkthrough of a Pop/piano ballad vocal, that’s then gonna transition into mixing a Hip-Hop vocal. I’ve included the session files — ah, excuse me — not the session files, but the stems for the vocals, the ad-libs and the instrumental. To kind of keep the file size down. But then we’ve got Hip-Hop, we’ve got a singer-songwriter, we’ve got a live gospel and I’ve gone in-depth, everything from separating files to keep things natural, whenever the band enters, getting things a bit more in your face. Reverb, pre-delay, modulation, chorus, I’ve gone crazy on this.
I know you’re gonna love it and I’m bundling this with The Mix Series for just $57. I hope you love that as well. Can’t beat that deal and I’m excited, so thanks for checking it out, I’ll look forward to hearing your feedback. Feel free to message me at email@example.com with any questions and we’ll catch you soon.