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So i got a small
Posted 21 October 2009 - 07:15 AM
while it is true that a delay of a few miliseconds will possibly fatten the sound, this is not the same as double tracking the vocals.
Can you record vocals on that and then duplicate that track onto another track? Or just record the vocals to two simultaneous tracks (with a millisecond delay).
without getting too technical, double tracking the vocals will cause more resonance due to the constantly changing phase of the waveforms, making the voice sound more resonant and therefore better (to our ears a more resonant voice is a better one.)
tracking the vocals to two tracks and then adjusting it with delay, will only change the phase relationship at a constant interval, and can in some cases make the recording sound very flat and lifeless if done incorrectly.
Posted 26 October 2009 - 01:38 AM
it's called "Get Me Home"
it's an old song that was never recorded 'til now
i'll have another one soon
and about the whole doubletracking and what not i'm a very lazy guy
so i just yelled louder on this song
and i think the vocals are louder at least
Posted 26 October 2009 - 03:15 AM
Shes Got is a pretty cool little diddy also.
How old are you? You got some potential I think, so keep it up kid.
You need to work on your soft, lower register singing and not make it sound like youre talking...like in Close Friends.
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