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Old 11th June 2011
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I had a good time panning each track to attempt putting the voices
as you might hear them in their virtual stage positions.

Also because I had so few tracks to work with back then, I was recording wet,
where now I try to make the vocal sound as strong as I can dry.

For a thin voice, it might help to double with a lower octave to fatten
things up.

Of course the problem with all this mad science is being expected
to have the same vocal quality live as people hear in your recordings.
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