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What is this vocal engineering technique?
Old 4 weeks ago
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What is this vocal engineering technique?

I'm learning to use logic pro as my daw to engineer and record my own tracks.

There is this technique I gathered from this video.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AB6H3cFGrC8



Where a rap/artist would literally repeat or mumble a melody over and over until the words come through, and then the engineer would take the part and punch it in. But its constantly recording how is this done in logic pro?

I'm having trouble learning how to actually do this though in logic pro.
Does anyone know the process on how to engineer/record vocals this way as many popular rap/hip-hop artists do this.

Logic Pro X DAW.

Here are videos of artists doing this.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AB6H3cFGrC8
Old 4 weeks ago
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Where a rap/artist would literally repeat or mumble a melody over and over until the words come through, and then the engineer would take the part and punch it in. But its constantly recording how is this done
Its Loop recording or Cycle recording. This is when you loop a section of a song and it plays over and over while recording each pass onto a separate track lane or track, depending on how you configure it.

Watch:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8XYaxtomss8
Old 3 weeks ago
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Originally Posted by CJ Mastering View Post
Its Loop recording or Cycle recording. This is when you loop a section of a song and it plays over and over while recording each pass onto a separate track lane or track, depending on how you configure it.

Watch:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8XYaxtomss8
Is there a way to do this in Fl Studio?
Old 5 days ago
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Most DAWs also have lanes for multiple takes. In effect you set your DAW to record and each pass is recorded and saved in a lane for you to call up and edit to taste. The beauty of this technique is that you can actually take words from one take and paste to another take and so on.
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