Follow That Vocal

Weiss, David
July 2006
Mix;Jul2006, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p32
The article presents tips from professionals on vocal recording in the United States. Tips include microphone selection, great tone for reggaeton and hip hop, mixing Platinum rock vocals, recording a choir live, and mastering of vocals. The importance of carefully choosing a facility for a studio recording is also underscored.


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