How To Overcome Vocal Fatigue Before a Recording Session

[Editors Note: This article was written by Gavin Whitner and originally appeared on the Sonicbids Blog.] Vocal fatigue is one of the most compromising conditions a singer or vocalist can face, and when it comes to recording, anything less than your best performance just won’t do. Some describe vocalists and singers as athletes, and you […]

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From the Stage to the Studio: How To Adapt Vocals For Recording

[Editors Note: This blog was written by Sabrina Bucknole. Sabrina has been singing in musical theater for over eight years, and wrote this as a deep dive into how live and theatrical singers can adapt their vocals for the studio and offers five practical tips for singers recording in the studio.]   Singers who have a lot of experience performing […]

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10 Ways to Make Vocals Sound Modern & Professional

[Editors Note: This is a guest blog written by Rob Mayzes, producer, mix engineer and founder of Home Studio Center, a site dedicated to providing valuable tips around recording from home studios.]   In most genres, the vocals are the most important part of the mix. Especially in modern pop styles, there are a number of techniques that […]

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What is the Best Microphone for Recording Vocals? $3,000 vs. $100 Mics

[Editors Note: This is blog was written by Scott Wiggins and it originally appeared on his site, The Recording Solution, which is dedicated to helping producers, engineers and artists make better music from their home studios.] You may be asking yourself: What is the best microphone for recordings vocals? I want to ask you a few questions first. Does expensive […]

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