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Need Help with vocals Condenser Microphones
Old 21st December 2010
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Need Help with vocals

I have really struggled with my vocals trying to get them to sound like what I hear on other cds. As of now I am using Pro Tools LE 8 M-Box 2 with a MXL 9000 Tube Condenser Microphone and a PreSonus Studio Channel Vacuum Tub Channel Strip. I put some foam and pillows in a closet.

My question is, would anyone be able to show me how to do my vocals {EQ, DeEsser, Reverb and Compression} in a Pro Tools session? Not a Complete song just a bar or 2 of myself so I can understand it better. The vocal will be recorded dry. If not a PT session break all the numbers down so I can do it myself.

In return because I am only part-time right now, I will make a beat as payment. You can check out my my page S.O.1 on Myspace Music - Free Streaming MP3s, Pictures & Music Videos

Thanks in advance
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Vocal {Dry}.wav (1.21 MB, 44 views)

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