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stacking vocals properly?
Old 19th May 2013
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stacking vocals properly?

hey i recently just stacked vocals for the chorus of a song i'm doing..and i'm sure if this sounds right, wanted to get your opinion..should i change/add more of something nd etc
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Old 22nd May 2013
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hey i recently just stacked vocals for the chorus of a song i'm doing..and i'm sure if this sounds right, wanted to get your opinion..should i change/add more of something nd etc
Are you stacking the original track with slight delay and some stereo width or are you actually recording the same line several times and stacking takes? If it's the latter, that's impressive! But if not, I'd say try it. Should make the part sound more organic.
Old 22nd May 2013
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Are you stacking the original track with slight delay and some stereo width or are you actually recording the same line several times and stacking takes? If it's the latter, that's impressive! But if not, I'd say try it. Should make the part sound more organic.
i recorded the line 5 times, 1 panned center, 1 panned hard left and 1 hard right, and 1 lowered with a bit of delay
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