Published April 26, 2017 by Slick for SFR Beats
I already talked about gating, eq, compression, and delays. Now I'm going to talk about reverbs; big sounding delays and space, and wide open spaces is what we're going after using reverbs. So listen to this.
In my chain after I do delays I add reverb right on top of that delay. This gives space to the actual delays. Now there's bunch of different ways you can do it. You just want to do whatever way sounds good to you. So, with my reverb I started with what looks like the patty guitar chrunch on a free plug-in. This plug-in is called 'Abiience'. Look that up, download it, get it on your computer, and just play around with whatever reverb preset you like. Once you find something that you like just turn that bad boy down cause you don't want it so loud in your mix. I have it turned down maybe around negative 30 or so. You want to turn it down to a point where you can faintly hear it, but you can more over feel it instead of it just getting in the way of everything else going on in your song.
So that's the next thing in my chain and we're almost done. I only have a few more things that I did to this vocal mix to really get it sounding good. I hope you guys have been learning and studying each one of these videos and practicing so you can get your own lead vocals sounding good on a budget. Tag a friend. Hope it works out for you guys at home. Drop some coments and feed back and let us know anything else you want to learn from us. We'll continue how to mix lead vocals in the next videos.
August 21, 2017 by Slick
Hey what's going on world this is your boy Slick, So Fo Real Productions, Real Beats For Real Artists. Today I want to talk about t...
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