Mixing Vocals

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Re: Mixing Vocals

Postby twilightsong » Tue Sep 24, 2013 7:36 am

Patanjali wrote:
twilightsong wrote:99.8% of the time, with any kind of material that has vocals, the vocal is the most important element.

Guess Mariah Carey, Kylie Minogue and a whole lot of other pop divas are in the 0.2%, because they seem to have abandoned focusing on their voices for focusing on their bodies instead, and letting their vocals be buried in a sea of sludge.

Yep 8-)
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Re: Mixing Vocals

Postby Strophoid » Tue Sep 24, 2013 9:25 am

That mix sounds pretty good on my headphones!
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