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Friday, January 03, 2014
Compressor. Learning to use this function is really helpful for coming up with clear vocals. A lot of producers choose to wait until all vocals are done recording before compressing the entire song. But, you don't have to do this.
Chorus. This type of effect is also helpful in making clear vocals. Putting a chorus to your audio can actually change greatly the result of the song. It makes isolated vocals become packed with emotions. Each time you add this effect to your vocals, you will really feel like hugging yourself because of the beautiful change of your vocals. Using the Chorus and the Compressor can change the song greatly in good ways.
Pop Filter. If you still don't have a microphone pop filter, then it would be good to buy one. Recorded vocals without microphone pop filters are expectedly disasters from the start unless you are using a mic that has built in foam filters. A microphone pop filter gets rid blasts of air from words that contain P, B, T and D. It also prevents excess saliva from going into your mic aside from making your voice clear as ever. If you still don't know about this, just purchase a microphone pop filter and experience the difference.