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Vocal stacking/track stacking
Old 23rd October 2013
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Vocal stacking/track stacking

What does your track sheet look like for either vocal stacks or guitar stacks
ie:
-main vox
-double
- octave high
-octave low/ spoken

I want to learn more about this stuff and I'm not sure how to go about it.
Old 23rd October 2013
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track sheets are all about the person recording. It's up to you how you like to put it. Personally this is how I track (including all possible instruments)

Kick
Snare
Toms
Cymbals
OH
Bass
Pads
Piano
Acoustic
Electric
Strings
Brass
Woodwind
Synths
Solos
Harmony Low
Harmony High
Double Vox
Main Vox

But this can change depending on a lot of things. However, just as a rule of thumb for me, I always put rhythm/low end things first and go up depending on how much of a lead part it is. For instance, if the song is a post-rock song with the lead being the electric guitar, then that will be the last thing on the list.
Old 23rd October 2013
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Quote:
Originally Posted by 3moPenguin View Post
track sheets are all about the person recording. It's up to you how you like to put it. Personally this is how I track (including all possible instruments)

Kick
Snare
Toms
Cymbals
OH
Bass
Pads
Piano
Acoustic
Electric
Strings
Brass
Woodwind
Synths
Solos
Harmony Low
Harmony High
Double Vox
Main Vox
...
The OP was asking about stacks, not all the parts in the song.
Old 24th October 2013
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Bender412 View Post
The OP was asking about stacks, not all the parts in the song.
No worries.
Any info is helpful. Mostly looking for info on how to make vocals bigger with out chorusing effect that doubling gives sometimes.
Like what are people sending to their vocal buss? Do you send raw vocals and add reverbs/delays on that? Or send everything to the buss and just compress?
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