I've got a question... I have 4 layers of vocals on separate tracks (just copies of a single vocal track)
01. main vocal that has slight filtered sweeps
2. a vocoded layer of the same
3. a layer that pushes only the transients of the words
4. a layer with only wet short and long delays
Together they are sounding smooth but I would like them to sound more blended as if it were a single track. Almost like a smooth pad. Any suggestions besides compression?
Thanks and be well!
Impossible to tell without hearing it.
It could be compression [why 'besides compression'?] saturation, reverse reverb, or any number of techniques.
My approach is usually to try stuff out until I get what I want.
Experimentation is key. Try everything. Even finding out what doesn't work is valuable.
Great fkn show last night, man. Solid handshake on your part as well. And yes, it's very like our people to be hanging out on random, dark street corners in Cleveland ; )
My question is, on those low end sub-basses, do you find yourself using hardware, software, a blend of both? I'm having difficulty getting it as juicy as I'd like and as blatantly flowing as yours. Tips?
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