#1August 23rd, 2019 · 09:34 AM
37 threads / 30 songs
166 posts
United States of America
Whats Going Down
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#2August 23rd, 2019 · 01:18 PM
371 threads / 187 songs
3,378 posts
United Kingdom
Love the percussion and drums, nice upbeat happy vibe - kids will love it!!
Sounds like whole lotta fun
The vox sound a bit distant? Perhaps you're too far from the mic?? - would be nice to have them right up front if that makes sense?
#3August 23rd, 2019 · 02:17 PM
37 threads / 30 songs
166 posts
United States of America
Yeah, I always have issues with recording and mixing Vox. Not the greatest mic in the world...an MXL 990...but I recorded the vocals on this one at about 4-6 inches from the capsule with a sock over the top trying to avoid peaks and pops.  I try not to get too crazy with reverbs etc, preferring a dryer more natural sound. The vocals, like the bass line also sound different depending on what the song is being played through. The Vox sound really good in my car but not so much on my PC
#4August 23rd, 2019 · 06:56 PM
75 threads / 4 songs
531 posts
Cook Islands
Great song! The mix sounds pretty good through a decent out of headphones. The stacked vocals do sound a little far, thatís about it. Funky, I dig
#5August 26th, 2019 · 06:10 AM
371 threads / 187 songs
3,378 posts
United Kingdom
SkunkApe wrote…
Yeah, I always have issues with recording and mixing Vox. Not the greatest mic in the world...an MXL 990...but I recorded the vocals on this one at about 4-6 inches from the capsule with a sock over the top trying to avoid peaks and pops.  I try not to get too crazy with reverbs etc, preferring a dryer more natural sound. The vocals, like the bass line also sound different depending on what the song is being played through. The Vox sound really good in my car but not so much on my PC
The Mic should be OK, the only other major factor is the room you recorded it in, it may be quite reflective? You don't need a sound booth to get a non reflective sound. I used my wardrobe once full of clothes and rearranged them so that they go around the mic - towels are brilliant for absorbing sound too, if not better than pro stuff!! - if you have got some old towels, make about two to three layers for the best results.
There are loads of YouTube stuff where people have made their own soundproof panels using towels, it's easy DIY.
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