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    Some tips for recording vocals

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    Hi guys!

    I run a website at called Crafty Muso for all things related to music production/improvement/business. I recently published an article on recording vocals for an electronic track and would like to share some of it with you.

    Use a printout of the lyrics and a pen.
    If you have a physical thing that the singer can make changes on it makes it easier to perform in an optimum way.
    Loop a selection that you are recording.
    Looping a section provides multiple takes so that the singer can seamlessly attempt a passage again and again.
    Sort your lyrics out first.
    This one thing can speed up your recording session so much. Being unsure of lyric content or not having any can really take a huge amount of time to come up with.
    Keep focused but lighthearted.
    You want to keep spirits high but you also don’t want to waste each others time. Finding that balance is the best way to have a great recording session
    Trust the singers judgement.
    If the singer didn’t fell happy with their take, do it again. Every time.
    Experiment with different vocal styles.
    You might be surprised at how a different tone could be the one you wanted all along. It can be the difference that makes your track or not.
    Invest in a pop filter.
    Last edited by Crafty Muso; 09-09-2015 at 04:36 PM.

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