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Producer's Guide to Vocals
Blandy kicks off the course by explaining the considerations that need to be made when finding the right vocalist to record.
This module looks at songwriting, namely writing lyrics for a vocalist. The video looks at some useful apps and websites that can aid you in the process.
In this video, Blandy looks at the various equipment and hardware needed to run a successful vocal recording session, and also explains how to set up your DAW to record. He also discusses the differences between dynamic and condenser mics.
This video explains the recording process, with tips on double tracking, recording harmonies and recording ad libs.
Blandy shows how to compress the vocals, explaining the various parameters that can be found on compressors in Logic and Ableton, and suitable settings to create the desired effect.
This module focuses on EQing vocals, looking at techniques to remove unwanted low end, and add presence and sizzle using a variety of different EQ plugins.
Brandy shares his techniques for creating a natural sounding reverb to help the vocals sit in the mix, using Logic's stock plugins, as well as some 3rd party plugins.
This video looks at adding delay to the main vocal part, as well as using the effect creatively to bridge transitions in the track.
Blandy walks you through a selection of interesting effects in plugins such as Guitar Rig, CamelPhat and Replika.
In this module, the different vocal parts are carefully balanced in the mix, and panned to create a desirable stereo image.
Blandy concludes the course by sharing his techniques for chopping up vocals creatively, taking material from ad libs to create new phrases and ideas.