Regarding vocal tracks
Apr 23rd, 2008, 12:23
Hi Folks, just have a quick question regarding vocal recording. When you record a vocalist do you use a channel strip setting insert such as "male ambient lead vocal" and all of its associated effects or do you simply use an aux channel with some reverb or compression? Is it better to record a vocalist dry and then add effects during the mixing process or is it OK to have all the effects pre-installed on the channel strip? I would just like to get some feedback on how you all handle the process to get the best recording out of your vocalist. Thanks.