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spacewars 16th September 2005 08:41 PM

Subtle lead vocal processing
 
Hi Michael,

Welcome and thanks for doing this- very kind of you to be so forthcoming and generous with your thoughts and information.

I was wondering if you have any particular favorite tricks for emphasizing a lead vocal
and making it jump out in an attention-grabbing way? I'm talking about getting an overall "superhuman" quality that is riveting.

cheers,

spacewars

Michael Brauer 22nd September 2005 07:34 PM

yah, I mix singers like Aretha, luther, chris martin, it's amazing what they do on their own without my help.

DirkB 22nd September 2005 07:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Michael Brauer
yah, I mix singers like Aretha, luther, chris martin, it's amazing what they do on their own without my help.

No, that cannot be. It MUST be the gear.

After all, this is GEARslutz. hittt

Greetings,
Dirk

Michael Brauer 27th September 2005 05:19 AM

Ok, you're right, it's all me, nothing but me, all because of me. hmm, that felt kinda good, wrong, but good.