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Keep On Doing (Full Vocal Mix) - Urban Frequency Feat. Lisa White - Keep On Doing (Vinyl)

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  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Urban Frequency Feat. Lisa White - Keep On Doing at Discogs. Complete your Urban Frequency Feat. Lisa White collection/5(41).
  2. After placing the vocal in the stereo field, it is important to remove any unnecessary frequencies to ensure a clean mix. As vocals are an important element of the song, they need their full frequency spectrum. However, you can set a HPF (high-pass filter, also known as low-cut filter) to remove unnecessary low frequency rumble.
  3. Jan 05,  · The best way to do this is with an analogue modelling EQ, such as the free Slick EQ. Use a high shelf, and start with a 2dB boost at 10kHz. Experiment with the frequency and amount of boost. You can go as low as 6kHz (but keep it subtle) and boost as much as 5dB above 10kHz. Just make sure it doesn’t become too harsh or brittle. 2. Use a De.
  4. But be careful of Barry White and Leonard Cohen type singers, they may need that extra rumble in their voice. 2. The Thick Hz. For rounding out a vocal and making it more thick and full I would search around the Hz area. Some singers sound thin and nasally and can do with a little meat on their vocal .
  5. Jun 18,  · Step 5: Additive EQ. After you’ve addressed any problematic frequencies in the vocal, it’s time to start adding some character. For instance, it’s common to have a heavy low end when mixing hip-hop vocals to add a sense of power, to boost the midrange when mixing rock vocals to help cut through a dense mix, or to boost the high end in pop vocals to add presence.
  6. Jun 20,  · image source. A lot of the time an instrument doesn’t sit in the mix because the arrangement needs work. Don’t forget – a track is only as good as the musicians and music your are recording. When songs are poorly written the parts clash and step on each others will quickly lead to one part standing out of the mix and not sitting right.
  7. May 28,  · The stand is still connected to the ground. Even if you're careful not to bump into it, you'll still be moving your feet around and shifting your weight. All of this creates low frequency rumbles that can end up in your recording. The first thing you want to do is make sure you're using a shockmount.
  8. Jun 07,  · So I keep harping that there isn’t really any one silver bullet to the realm of mixing. Often times I create a new technique every time I mix a song because the last technique never seems to work on a future project. However these 5 tips should be able to get you going when you are mixing your background vocals.

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