Published April 20, 2017 by Slick for SFR Beats
Hey guys! So in the previous video I was discussing how I use the Gate as the first step to get a good sounding lead vocal. In this video I'ma show you the next step which is "auto-tune" yeah everybody's great friend auto-tune.
Now, I don't use auto-tune to give an effect on the vocal like T-Pain and others that have come after him,Future, among others. I simply use auto-tune to correct the pitch in her vocal. Now, her vocals already pretty good without it, I'll let you hear it. She's farely on pitch. I turn this on just to correct anything minor and I have a very natural sounding auto-tune on her to get it sounding natural. I'll put it into view so you can see. I simply have her "Retune speed" somewhere in the middle here. I like mine around 30, not to fast not to slow. Faster if its a fast song slower if its a slow song and then i just make sure im in the correct key for this vocalist. She has a really rich tone to her vocal, really rich really warm naturally, so the input type i would select is "alto tenor".
If you guys don't have this plug-in its called, "Antares." It's very nice and very classic typical auto-tune that you'll find in use today. That's the second step. It's really not much to it. Keep that "Retune Speed" slower so you don't really hear it but it's actually working cause she sounds good.
Tag somebody you think would help or would learn something from this video. I'm sure they would really appreciate you for helping them get great sounding mixes out of their vocals. So stay tune for the very next step, the third step, in "How to get Great Lead Vocals. Stay tune for more.
August 21, 2017 by Slick
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