How to Produce Clear, Studio-Quality Vocals, Even if You Don't Have Expensive Equipment or a Professionally Treated Commercial Studio...

If You're a Home Studio Musician or Project Studio Engineer Who Wants to Replace Thin and Harsh Vocals With Confident and Powerful Vocal Productions that Jump Out of the Speakers and Sit With the Instruments in the Mix...Then You Came to the Right Place

Most home studio musicians and engineers worry about the quality of their vocals.

Look how worried cartoon me is!

Chances are, you don't know if you're using the right microphone for your vocal. You might not even be sure whether you're setting the correct levels on your interface when you're getting ready to record.

And when you place the mic in front of the singer, you get a small and noisy voice instead of the round, warm, and present vocal sound you hear on your favorite records.

Even though you've experimented with different mic techniques, you either end up with a muddy, honky sound (like you're speaking with your hands over your mouth)...or you'll get a thin, sibilant voice that sounds too far away.

Once you think you got a decent vocal to work with, you still don't know how to use tuning, aligning, and editing to make your vocals sound tighter and more professional.

In the mix, you wish you could get the music and vocals to sound balanced. You wish you could find that perfect middle ground of big vocals that don't muddy up the mix.

Instead of full, rich, and thick vocals that pop out of the mix, you end up with a thin and harsh mess that's buried underneath the instruments!

Talk About Frustrating!

"Draw me like all of your frustrated boys!"

Although you've tried all the Youtube tricks, like parallel compression, duplicating tracks and applying different processing on each vocal track, your vocals still don't sound like the professional recordings you like so much.

Maybe you've all but given up trying to record professional vocals in your home studio? If that's the case, please don't give up yet!

Everybody Who Says You Can't Produce Pro Vocals in Your Home Lying...

Don't worry, you can produce professional vocals, even if you don't have expensive equipment, a high-end microphone or a professionally treated room.

In case you don't know me, I'm Björgvin Benediktsson and I run Audio Issues.

I've been working in the audio industry since 2006. I started out doing live sound back home in my native Iceland, but since then I've transitioned into recording and producing. First in Madrid, Spain, where I went to audio school, and today I make a living as an audio educator in Tucson, Arizona.

I've been recording music for over half my life and I've taught thousands of musicians and engineers like yourself how to make a bigger impact with your music since 2011. 

But I wasn't always qualified to teach. My first vocal productions were terrible!

I would muddy up the midrange just by waking up in the morning!

I would set up a vocal session without having a clue what I needed. I used the worst budget microphones. I had no idea where to position the mic. I think I even tried to record using my computer sound card!

Talk about poor recording quality...

I'd put the singer in the corner of my bedroom and use my closet door as a divider. Of course, I had no idea that this would just add more reflections and room sound to my vocal track. I would've had better luck recording the vocals anywhere else!

After trudging through to get a good take I'd be surprised by how thin and harsh my vocals sounded. I'd be even more baffled that I couldn't fit them into the mix. I'd try to get a clean and open mix where every instrument supported the vocals, but they always sounded either too close, or too far away.

No matter how much EQ'ing I did, I couldn't create separation between my vocals and the instruments. I didn't understand how to use compression to keep my vocals balanced and present. And I struggled to use reverb, delay, and other effects to thicken up the vocals so that they would sit properly with the rest of the instruments.

The Not-So-Secret Vocal Production Workflow Revealed...

Over a decade later, after going to audio engineering school and working on countless recording sessions, I learned an invaluable, step-by-step workflow that helped me make every vocal production sound great.

I could make (almost) every mic sound great with the right placement. Even when I had to settle for the only mic lying around, I knew I could make it sound better in the mix with the right processing.

I learned to use EQ and compression to make the vocal come alive. If I needed to subtly tame the vocals to fit in a dynamic ballad, it was easy. If I wanted the vocals aggressive and in-your-face for a rock recording, that was no problem either.

And with the right processing, I could find the exact point where the vocals would fit with the instruments without sounding glued on top or buried underneath.

Imagine if you could bypass a decade of learning, a year of audio engineering school, and countless hours of failed vocal production sessions and start creating professional, studio-quality vocals from your home studio, even if you don't have expensive equipment or high-end microphones?

Turns can.

Lovin' me some lush vocals!

Introducing - Expert Home Vocals: How to Produce Quality Vocals From Your Project or Home Studio


The Complete Guide Musicians and Engineers Need to Create Powerful and Professionally Produced Vocals From Their Home Studios, Using the Equipment They Already Have.

Here's What You'll Get:

  • 1
    Detailed Course Book: Your step-by-step workflow for producing, recording, editing, and mixing professional vocals from your home studio, with easy to use techniques and detailed supporting images.
  • 2
    Video Package: Concise and to-the-point videos with practical techniques and quick tips on getting an expert vocal sound even if you don't have expert-level equipment.
  • 3
    Bonus: Vocal Effects Video Masterclass - Top 10 Vocal Processing Techniques for Pro Vocals, For Whatever Genre You're Working In 
  • 4
    Bonus PDF Guide: Vocal Microphone Buyer's Guide - How to Find the Right Vocal Recording Microphone if You're on a Budget.

100% No-Risk, Money-Back Guarantee

What Are People Saying?

"A great, well rounded source of information of dealing with vocals from start to finish"

 "I’m mainly schooled in the “analog years” and still working through the digital age. In everyone’s case, there is always something else to learn or grasp. [Expert Home Vocals] added clearer information on gain staging, especially when using plug-ins, added more information on signal processing and in general added more explanations of possibilities to use plug-ins in different situations, such as recording group vocals, harmonies, and micing...What surprised me most was the amount of precise information included, as well as very helpful examples of using what is explained. Björgvin does an excellent job of explaining concepts, and uses “real world” situations to convey concepts. A well thought-out and planned resource!”

Pat Cycz

Musician/Studio Owner, Silver Moon Productions, Massachusetts.

"...this is an excellent course in one of the most important aspect of recording, getting the vocals right."

I like how in this course Björgvin goes through the whole process of recording vocals without skipping a beat, so to speak.  He does not just talk about mic technique and mixing, although he has plenty of excellent tips on these subjects.  He also talks about the importance of pre-production and making sure that the vocalist is comfortable in the studio, and how things that some engineers might not think about, like the lights, or the quality of the headphone mix can affect the mood and therefore the vocal performance.  Overall this is an excellent course in one of the most important aspect of recording, getting the vocals right.

Haukur "Hawk" Palmason

Recording Engineer (Credits include symphony recordings for the TV show Vikings), Iceland

"I already used that Stereo Spread on the side chain last night and I like the results better than having it on the main channel's bus (like I've always done before).”

“I just realized that, especially considering you have focused SO much time on recording/mixing/producing, that there's GOT to be some golden nuggets I'm gonna get from this class to really make my vocals more amazing. My only doubt was whether I would really learn something new. Well, in the email you sent out where you showed an example of your vocal bus, using the Stereo Spread plugin as a side-chain had never occurred to me! So that convinced me that, as usual, I don't know what I don't know, and for $100 I'm gonna get better. Actually, I already used that Stereo Spread on the side chain last night and I like the results better than having it on the main channel's bus (like I've always done before).”

Rebecca De La Torre

Recording Engineer and Musician, Topkat Studios, Tempe, AZ

"great ideas on how to use eq and compression to make the vocals sit better in the mix. "

 "…some really good tips in there. All from small things as how long from or how close to the microphone should you be singing, and what does the different positions mean to the audio sound and quality.  There are also great ideas on how to use eq and compression to make the vocals sit better in the mix. Also more complex ideas like using side chaining on vocals is useful. I would say its and great overall guide that gives you an idea on how to record better'll get some very great tips here."

Kjell-Vidar Teig

Home Studio Musician, Stockholm, Sweden

"Before reading my mixes were dull and muddy. Thanks to this knowledge I have pulled them out of the muck and they sound more professional than ever."

“Your training bundle helped my mixes a lot! Two techniques that come to mind are subtractive EQ and the proper use of reverb. I am currently working on a project with 20 plus tracks, many in the mid zone of the EQ (several string tracks, piano and a few guitars clean and dirty). With the help of your books I have cleaned up most of the mud. Anyway thanks for sharing your recording knowledge with us...have helped my recordings immensely! Before reading this material my mixes were dull and muddy. Thanks to this knowledge I have pulled them out of the muck and they sound more professional than ever."

Paul Ranson

Project Studio Engineer

What Will You Learn From Expert Home Vocals?

1. Effective Vocal Pre-Production to Make the Best Song Possible

  • The gear junkies told you that you needed a $1,000+ microphone if you EVER wanted to record professional vocals? WRONG! Learn how to stop worrying about high-end mics and start using the one you already have to easily get solid, quality vocals
  • Many musicians feel like their vocals sound distant and thin. This simple mic techniques will work every time to give you a full-bodied and balanced vocal sound
  • What The Beatles can teach you about pre-production when you haven't quite nailed the lyrics yet. (You can literally sing gibberish to transform a melody that doesn’t work into a great production that captures the listener)
  • How to create interest with harmonies and counter melodies to keep the listener interested and engaged throughout your production
  • How to get a great vocal performance from a singer, even if they’re insecure and anxious about recording their voice
  • What your singer should never do if you’re EVER going to get a great performance (You'll waste money, time and respect if you ignore this #1 rule of recording)
  • How to communicate with your singer about the vices they need to avoid if you want them to perform at the top of their abilities

2. Getting Your Home Studio Ready and Making Your Singer Comfortable

  • Many pop productions are recorded on the road, in noisy hotel rooms on tour. Learn the .two crucial techniques to reduce background noise and unwanted reflections in your vocal sound that the pro vocalists use when they need to nail that vocal now!​​​​
  • The single most overlooked method for making your room vibe so the singer doesn’t feel like they’re recording in a stale office or a boring bedroom
  • The reverb and parallel compression technique for a good headphone mix so your singer gives you their best performance, making them feel like they’re recording a finished track instead of an amateur demo
  • Simple tips on making first-time singers feel more comfortable...and how to coax a great performance out of an inexperienced studio musician by making them feel more confident
  • Why the Red Hot Chili Peppers used this inexpensive dynamic mic for vocals when they had the budget for any microphone in the world
  • How to use your microphone’s bass roll-off to remove low-end rumble, control low-end overload and remove unwanted pop noises.
  • How to use a pad to avoid clipping and obnoxious digital distortion that can destroy your vocal sound
  • A nerdy way to find the right mic for your singer by analyzing its frequency response, making it easier to EQ and fit into the mix from the start
  • How to use the right vocal mic technique to avoid sibilance and plosives with just a piece of cloth
  • The two techniques to control your breath sounds during recording so you don't need to do as much editing to remove unwanted inhales and exhales in between phrases
  • Why some singers are one-take wonders and others need more time and how that’s fine and you shouldn’t be afraid of doing punch-ins and multiple takes
  • The essential equipment you need to record professional vocals, even if you don’t have a huge budget or a pro studio

3. Easy Recording Techniques to Get a Great Vocal Sound Right at the Source

  • How to use microphone polar patterns to get the best vocal sound in your project studio, whether you’re recording one singer, a duet or a vocal group
  • Simple mic placement techniques to get a good sound right away
  • How to use mic positioning to help the singer reach higher notes by making them unconsciously open up their diaphragm to give you a better performance
  • Important things you need to keep in mind to get the perfect mic placement for your vocalist
  • How to use your pop filter as a target to keep your singer in the right spot for the best vocal sound, especially if your microphone placement feels weird, but sounds good
  • An alternative way to record vocals that can instantly fit them in the mix
  • The disadvantages of recording your vocals too close to the microphone
  • How to find the right levels to record your vocals into your computer through your interface; the silver lining in digital audio recording and why you don’t have to worry about recording too low to the noise floor, or recording too loud to distort
  • How to handle really loud, screaming rock singers that may distort your microphone, give you annoying digital clipping and overload your interface
  • Great starting points for compressing your vocal sound on the way in. As much as you’re scared of committing to a compressed sound you can’t take back, you can follow these guidelines without ruining your vocal sound
  • How to record live in a loud room when there are multiple instruments playing at the same time without worrying about bleed because additional mics will add depth to your recordings instead of ruining them
  • The downside of using sensitive condenser microphones during a live recording session, and what type of mic and polar pattern you should use instead
  • How to get an incredible master performance by using multiple takes to get the best final vocal from your singer
  • How to use leftover takes to make tight doubles that make your lead vocals much stronger and adds professional depth to your vocal sound
  • An alternative way to double vocals by using two microphones at the same time that not only gives you a perfect double, but also some ambience and space
  • Advanced techniques for recording multiple singers at the same time, such as using the polar patterns to record tight duets or big punk rock group vocals
  • How to use stereo microphone techniques to record vocal ensembles and choirs

4. How to Comp, Edit, and Tune Vocals for a Larger-Than-Life Vocal Track

  • The four crucial things to keep in mind when comping vocals so you end up with a perfect composite that sounds better than any individual take
  • Why crying is the best indicator of which vocal take gives you the best emotional impact to move the listener
  • The important but overlooked aspect of editing your vocals that you need to do if you ever want to achieve a produced vocal sound
  • Why attention to detail is a must when editing breaths and adding fades to your vocal takes
  • How to edit your vocals so that they cut through the mix consistently throughout the track and don’t get lost in busier parts of the that you create a more uniform and balanced vocal performance that reacts better to compression
  • How to edit doubles so that they’re as tight as possible using your DAWs elastic audio capabilities
  • How to use pitch correction without making your vocalist sound like a robot
  • Why “Perfect Pitch” isn’t always the best way to tune your vocals because it will affect the vocal delivery of the performance
  • How to analyze the phrasing in-between notes for accurately tuning your vocals so that they sound natural
  • How to tune sustained notes so that they sound more powerful and have a bigger impact on your listener
  • How to mix your music and what workflow to follow for your instruments before you add in your vocals
  • Why mixing the vocals during the busiest part of the song can help you make them fit better with the instruments
  • How to get the vocals to sit in the mix and stay present while feeling balanced with the rest of the instruments.
  • How to “mult” vocals if your arrangement requires separate vocal processing in different sections of the song

5. How to Mix Pro Vocals That Fit With All the Instruments in Your Mix

  • Surprising and counter-intuitive panning guidelines for lead vocals, doubled lead vocals, and harmonies. My students never even thought about using these at first, but they are getting great results after trying them out
  • How to get a rough mix before you focus on the vocals by building your mix so that your vocals can fit into it from the start
  • How to apply EQ, compression and other plug-ins in the right order to get the vocal sound you’re looking for without abusing the vocals, causing them to lose all emotion and crispness
  • The one video you need to watch if you want to create powerful vocals that cut through the mix with EQ...tighten up the low-end, eliminate boominess...and add thickness and weight to your vocal sound
  • How to get rid of honkiness that sounds like the vocalist is singing with their hands over their mouths
  • If you've ever felt like your singer sounds like he has a cold, even if they recorded in perfect health, you're going to love this EQ technique to get rid of nasal sounding vocals
  • The exact frequency areas where you can add presence and punch to your vocal mix, eliminate sibilance, and use masking EQ to hide problematic frequency areas that won't leave your vocals alone
  • How to find where the instruments are clashing with the vocals so you can use EQ to create pockets for the vocals to fit with the rest of your mix
  • The reverse-EQ method my students love that helps them find the exact frequency and instrument that’s clashing with the vocal sound so that you can make more room for your vocals in your mix
  • How to EQ backup vocals to keep them out of the way of the lead vocals
  • Why separation in your vocals isn’t always the right move and what to do when you want a bigger “wall of vocal sound”
  • Why you should not start compressing your vocals before you do this one very overlooked technique to make your compressor react more musically to every vocal phrase
  • How to use compression on vocals to get a smoother sound that cuts through the mix without feeling like it’s tacked on top
  • A walkthrough of the three most common compression styles and how they can change your vocal sound
  • My favorite (and simplest!) vocal compressor I use on every single vocal track.
  • How to use compression to tame your vocals so that the louder parts sound laid back and the quieter parts are audible, so that you can get fat sounding and properly compressed vocals that don’t muddy up the rest of the mix.
  • The difference between aggressive compression and subtle continuous compression and how it changes your vocal sound
  • How to use serial compression on your vocals to tame the peaks of your transients while increasing the overall level, resulting in a present and punchy vocal sound that cuts through the mix
  • How to know whether you should use compression before or after EQ to get the best vocal sound
  • The four reasons you may need a de-esser on your vocal track and why you may need more than one depending on how aggressive your vocal processing is...and my go-to setting for de-essing vocals without crippling the high-end
  • The go-to method for EQ’ing and compressing backup vocals to fit with the lead vocals in a mix
  • How to use parallel compression to make your vocals sound big and powerful
  • How to use multi-band compression to zero in on problematic frequency areas that are making your vocals sound boxy, honky, or sibilant
  • My three-bus effects chain I use for every vocal mix to add depth, space, width, and punch to my vocals. These three effects busses are permanently in my mix template because I use them on every single vocal track to make my vocals sound larger than life
  • How to create automatic double tracking to make your vocals sound doubled if you don’t have a real-life double
  • Why it’s a good idea to have a separate bus just for your vocal reverbs and delays so that you can process them differently than the rest of your instruments
  • How to make your vocals REALLY WIDE
  • Two effective ways to use saturation on vocals to create a little bit of warmth or grit
  • Why you shouldn’t be afraid of experimenting with amp simulators and distortion on your vocals to make them stand out in a mix
  • A step-by-step workflow for fitting your vocals into the mix, that helps you cut your instruments with EQ in a busy mix so that you can make the vocals fit with plenty of space without making the rest of your mix sound weak
  • The three things I automate on vocals after I'm 95% done with the mix to make the vocals sound dynamic and "alive" with the rest of the mix

Frequently asked questions

What if I don't have time?

Expert Home Vocals does not require a huge time commitment but it will 100% improve the quality of your vocal productions. All you need are a few hours to go through the eBook and videos and you'll instantly have the knowledge you need to make better sounding vocals.

If you're booked with work, studies or other projects at the moment, you should still join the course today even if you're going to take it at a later date. I'm not sure when I'll offer it at such a big discount again and the course structure, bonuses or price may all be different at that point.

Do I need specific software or a special plug-in to take this course? 

Not at all. Expert Home Vocals teaches you how to get great sounding vocals in your home studio regardless of what software you're using. You can follow the materials using whatever DAW you're most comfortable with and whatever equipment you have.

Can't I just find all this on Youtube?

You can certainly search for videos teaching you how to record, produce, edit and mix vocals, but no video will give you a comprehensive, step-by-step workflow like the workbook and video you get inside Expert Home Vocals. You're more likely to bounce from one video to another, learning a lot of random, contradictory techniques (and watching a lot of ads), instead of one method to make better mixes.

Is this for beginners or advanced engineers?

Expert Home Vocals teaches you the entire workflow for producing vocals, from start to end. It's aimed to teach beginners to advance to an intermediate level with complete production techniques. If you already know a little bit about recording vocals you'll get even more advanced workflow tips to help you make your vocals even better.

How is Expert Home Vocals delivered?

As soon as you check out you'll get an email with a download link to the workbook with the included video content as well as the additional free bonuses to download.

What if I don't learn anything new?

Expert Home Vocals includes everything I've learned in the last 15 years (from teenage bedroom to professional project studio) about producing vocals and I guarantee that it will teach you something new to improve your vocal sound. That said, if you don't think Expert Home Vocals taught you anything and you just didn't like the course at all for any reason, simply email me and I'll refund your entire order. If you're not happy, I'm not happy.

I only do [your genre of music here]. Will Expert Home Vocals help me?

Whatever genre you're working in, if you're recording, producing, editing and mixing vocals, Expert Home Vocals will help you out. 

What questions are answered on the coaching call replay?

Here are all the questions I answer on the coaching call replay you can get as a part of the Plus package.

  • "Regarding the Vocal Space Bus: why the compressor before the reverb?"
  • "Are there typical frequencies that contain "room resonance" when recording vocals?"
  • "Sometimes I get a phase-y sounding vocal recording. This happens only on a word here or there. It sounds like I've added saturation or some strange processing weirdness but when I solo the voice and bypass any processing, I still hear it. Any ideas?"
  • "Listening to recordings from the 70s, I notice a big difference in the top end of the if what we call "air" was rolled off. My vocals often feel not as round as the recordings I grew up with and I have a hard time striking a balance between the modern "airy" sound and the more silky, slightly more tucked in (or just lower in volume) roundness of my heroes"
  • "Do you record directly into your mix template? You talk about getting the mix to sound pretty good before recording vocals."
  • "What effect do you use in every mix? The ones you think "how much" instead of "if"?"
  • "How does the Waves ADT plugin replace the L and R busses you use for Vocal Trick #3: Advanced ADT and Depth Without Space?"

How do the one-on-one coaching calls work?

If you choose the Private Custom Coaching Call option, you'll receive an email with the link to the coaching calls when you join the course. We will be using the Zoom video conference software and when you receive your invite to join the coaching call you will be prompted to download the Zoom software to your computer, or to download the app if you wish to join from your mobile and tablet.

Plus: The singer/songwriter Video series for home studio musicians

If you grab the Expert Home Vocals Plus package you will get my exclusive Singer/Songwriter video series as well.

It’s a crash-course of four videos that teach you how to use condenser microphones in the home studio to record acoustic and electric guitar, as well as advanced vocal recording techniques when you need to record acoustic guitar and vocals at the same time.

Video 1: How to Use Condensers in the Home Studio

  • The difference between condenser and dynamic microphones
  • Why condenser microphones are great for capturing vocals, acoustic guitars and other acoustic instruments in your home studio
  • How to use different polar patterns such as the figure-8 pattern for stronger duet vocal recordings
  • How to use polar patterns to minimize bleed from other instruments

Video 2: How to Record Acoustic Guitar in the Home Studio

  • How to set up your acoustic guitar to get the best sound at the source
  • How to find the sweet spot of the acoustic guitar to capture the most balanced sound of your instrument
  • How to avoid the horror story of an out-of-tune guitar
  • Where to place a microphone on the guitar to get the most optimum sound
  • How to find the right guitar for your productions
  • How to find the right spot for your acoustic guitar in the rom
  • How to experiment with on and off-axis mic placement
  • How to get a wide stereo image using the M/S stereo technique to record the acoustic guitar

Video 3: How to Record Vocals and Acoustic Guitar at the Same Time With Minimal Bleed Using the Right Polar Pattern

  • How to combine the right vocal and acoustic guitar recording techniques to make a singer/songwriter feel more comfortable in the studio
  • How to use the null points on your microphones to reject bleed from other sound sources so you can get cleaner tracks even if you’re recording them close together at the same time

Video 4: How to Use Microphone Techniques to Get Different Sounds out of an Electric Guitar Amp

  • How to make sure you have the right guitar and amp for your productions

  • How to find the sweet spot on the electric guitar amp

  • How to find the right placement for your microphone in front of the guitar, depending on what kind of sound you're looking for


As with all of the Audio Issues products, Expert Home Vocals comes with a 100% risk-free money-back guarantee.

I promise that following the workflow inside Expert Home Vocals will make every vocal production session, whether you're recording, editing or mixing vocals, easy to work on because you'll know exactly what to do to transform your amateur vocal tracks into powerful and professional vocal productions.

There is a reason my students have told me that my training has "instantly improved their mixes." Your fans will love the new professional sounds you're releasing, and you'll impress every new client that comes to your studio because you'll easily show them how good you can make them sound.

You can go through the entire course, watch all the videos and browse all the bonuses before you even make up your mind. You can try all the tricks and even keep the training for a full year before deciding whether you like them or not. If at any point you decide that Expert Home Vocals didn't skyrocket the quality of your vocal productions, simply email me for a full refund, no questions asked nor strings attached!

"I take my guarantee very seriously. I am not interested in keeping your money if you don’t learn anything from what I’m creating for you.

So if you’re not happy, I’m not happy. Simple as that."


If You Join...

If you join today, you'll learn a proven method I've used throughout my career to make professional sounding vocals in my home studio, often using budget microphones and cheap gear. 

If you join today, you can say goodbye to any insecurity you may have about recording, producing, editing and mixing kick-ass vocal productions from your home studio.

If you join today, you'll be a whiz at vocals...GUARANTEED or your money back.

The worst case scenario of joining Expert Home Vocals? Pro vocals from your home studio in less than a week.

If You Don't...

If you do nothing, you'll keep getting the same amateur sounding vocals that sound thin, harsh and uninspiring.

If you do nothing, you won't know what to do when you need to coach an anxious singer to overcome their stress so that they can give you a great performance.

If you do nothing, you'll keep making the same mistakes over and over instead of following a proven method for professional vocals.

The worst case scenario from doing nothing? Feeling just as insecure about the quality of your songs six months from now, instead of publishing your productions and proudly sharing them with your friends and fans

"You write and teach in a way that completely makes the concept or the task easy to understand."

“I love your emails, really love them! I read them every week/day/when I get them. They always inspire me and I was struggling with a mix, wanted to quit music, you know how it is. And you know why? Because the way you teach is the same way you write those emails. You write and teach in a way that completely makes the concept or the task easy to understand. I just wanted to tell you that. Even though I have known these techniques for a while and are very familiar with them and I was looking for something more advanced, I found myself saying "wow, that's a great way to look at that" a lot...I think you are a great teacher and a great musician. Thank you for reminding me that I have at least grown a bit, but even more so, thank you for inspiring me and helping me to push forward, grow, organize, plan and to stay positive so many times through the writings in your emails. I really appreciate it!”

Daniel Po


Everything You Need to Know to Produce Professional Vocals

Who has two thumbs and can teach you everything you need for pro vocals? This guy!

Expert Home Vocals combines everything I've learned in the last decade about vocals. It helps you bypass the mistakes I made so that you can get professional sounding vocals from your home studio in less than a week.

The workbook and the videos will show you the exact process you need to follow to get commercial quality vocals from your project studio.

You can be secure in knowing that whenever you need to record, edit, or mix vocals you'll know that your methods will work every time, giving you professional quality vocals even if you don't have high-end equipment or a fancy studio.

"Looking forward to helping you achieve clear, pristine and professional vocals from your project studio. Learn my workflow for expert sounding vocals using the gear you already have and don't second-guess yourself ever again!”


If you'd like to achieve powerful vocal productions, pick your package below and start producing pro vocals, even if you don't have high-end gear or a confident vocalist.


Expert Home Vocals Course: Detailed course workbook with my step-by-step workflow on producing, recording, editing, and mixing professional vocals from your home studio, with easy to use techniques and detailed supporting images.

Videos: A complementary video package with practical techniques and quick tips on getting an expert vocal sound even if you don’t have expert-level equipment.

FREE Bonus ($49 Value): Vocal Effects Masterclass - Top 10 Vocal Processing Techniques for Pro Vocals.

FREE Bonus ($19 Value): Vocal Microphone Buyer’s Guide - How to Find the Right Vocal Recording Microphone If You’re on a Budget.

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Expert Home Vocals Course Detailed course workbook with my step-by-step workflow on producing, recording, editing, and mixing professional vocals from your home studio, with easy to use techniques and detailed supporting images.

Videos: A complementary video package with practical techniques and quick tips on getting an expert vocal sound even if you don’t have expert-level equipment.

FREE Bonus ($49 Value): Vocal Effects Masterclass - Top 10 Vocal Processing Techniques for Pro Vocals.

FREE Bonus ($19 Value): Vocal Microphone Buyer’s Guide - How to Find the Right Vocal Recording Microphone If You’re on a Budget.

4-Part Singer/Songwriter Video Series ($49 Value): Learn how to use condenser microphones in the home studio to record acoustic and electric guitar, as well as advanced vocal recording techniques when you need to record acoustic guitar and vocals at the same time.

Q&A Coaching Call Replay ($99 Value): 50-minute Q&A video where I answer my student's top questions about vocals.

Drum Mix Toolkit ($49 Value): Your crash-course in mixing drums so you can make your mix foundation just as strong as your vocal productions. Includes in-depth eBook and 12 videos.

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