In this video, you’re going to learn how to remove noise from voice recordings. I’ve got some examples of some voice recordings with background noise and we’re going to reduce it as much as possible.
Find out how to record your vocals in Audacity, whether that’s speech for a podcast or sung or rapped vocals for music, you’ll learn the process in this video. I’m going to show you how to get the best sound possible and the first step is to get yourself and your mic into the right position. It’s important to position yourself and your mic correctly because it makes a huge difference to the sound quality, and that in turn greatly affects the listeners experience.
Learn the full mixing process in this “Mixing a Rock Song From Start To Finish” video series. In part five we’re mixing vocals. Find out how to make use of EQ, compression, reverb and more to get the vocals sitting right in the mix and sounding present.
Mixing piano with vocals can be tricky. Even if they’re the only two elements of the song. The main issue that you’re likely to face when mixing piano with vocals is getting them to sound cohesive and work well together without them masking each other and becoming muddy. I show you how to achieve this by making use of EQ and compression. I also make use of side-chain compression for a balanced mix. Finally I show you how to make use of reverb and delay for a smooth and realistic ambience.
Do you need a pop filter for recording vocals? Let’s find out what difference they make, when you need one, and what alternatives there are…
Choosing which microphone to buy as a beginner can be overwhelming. These affordable, tested mics are perfect for recording vocals and instruments.
Do you want to start recording your vocals at home and turn your ideas into reality? Setting up for vocal recording at home, whether it’s for singing or spoken word, is easier than you may think…