Warning: Here’s What Your Vocal Sound May Be Missing
Last year, the big trend I noticed from subscribers such as yourself was mixing drums.
So I created the Drum Mix Toolkit course to help you make punchy and tight drum sounds in your home studio.
This year, most people have been talking about how much they need help getting clear, professional vocals.
They’ve been telling me stories about their frustrations.
You may relate to Jonny Dyer’s story. He’s a subscriber like yourself and he wrote in about how his main problem is to get a great vocal performance and helping singers overcome confidence and stress. If they end up with a good vocal take, they also struggle to get the vocals to sound natural and appropriate for the genre.
Getting the right reverb and space is also sometimes a challenge, and it’s especially important to get right if you want your vocals to sit with the rest of the instruments.
Making Your Vocals Fit With EQ
One of the best techniques to get vocals to sit with the rest of the instruments is strategic EQ’ing. Using EQ to carve out frequency pockets for the vocals is something I teach you how to do inside Expert Home Vocals. In fact, I dedicate a whole chapter to it.
Using Compression for Different Vocal Sounds
And I also show you two different ways to approach compression depending on the type of sound you’re going for. Sometimes you need vocals to sit back, and other times you need them right there in-your-face. Compression helps you achieve that.
So whether you’re looking for that full vocal sound without sounding muddy, need techniques on coaching a better performance out of inconsistent singers, or just want to know what plug-ins to use on your vocal chain (and in what order), then you’re going to love Expert Home Vocals.
Your Comprehensive Vocals Course
With the detailed workbook, full of techniques, workflows and supporting images, you’ll learn everything you need for powerful vocals. Not only that, but the videos that are included throughout the book will help you understand complex subjects like comping, clip-gain, and compression even further.
I’ve designed Expert Home Vocals in such a way that after you’ve read through the course and watched the videos, you’ll be a whiz at vocals…GUARANTEED.
If you don’t think you learned anything new from the course, I offer my 100% money-back guarantee, as always. So there’s no risk to you.
- Worst case scenario of taking my course? Pro vocals from your project studio.
- Worst case scenario from doing nothing? Still not being proud of the productions coming out of your studio and the vocal sound you’re currently getting.
I like taking action and learning new things. If you’d like to join me where I help you do exactly that by helping you achieve more powerful vocal productions, make sure you join Expert Home Vocals today.
EXCLUSIVE FREE BONUS – TODAY ONLY
I’m offering an exclusive free bonus to everyone who joins today, The Singer/Songwriter video series of four videos.
Here’s what you learn:
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 room
- 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
This bonus is only available for free TODAY so make sure you grab it when you join Expert Home Vocals here.
Music Mixing, Recording Tips, Recording Vocals