Vocals on the Road

La Cerra, Steve
December 2006
Mix;Dec2006, Vol. 30 Issue 12, p62
The author gives tips and strategies that can help sound engineers during recording vocals in the studio. He mentions that synchronizing vocal sound recordings needs skill in various styles of music including country music, rap music, rock and opera. The article also provides information on handling lead vocalists using psychology and the technical benefit of using delay in the microphones.


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