From microphone choice and placement to signal chain, tuning, and much more, read fifty-seven essential dos and don’ts of vocal production.
It’s bound to happen: you toil over an audio mix for hours, but it still doesn’t work. These practical and psychological tips are designed to get you out of the inevitable mix rut.
Not a mastering engineer? No problem. Consider these ten tips your guide for getting a great master on your own, no matter where your expertise lies.
Audio engineer Colin Brittain (One Ok Rock, Papa Roach, All Time Low) and producer Chad Cisneros (Tritonal) share how they use iZotope’s VocalSynth plug-in.
The Rare Occasions haven’t let geography disrupt their creative process. With band members spread across the US, they’ve found ways to collaboratively write and record remotely and have a critically-acclaimed new EP to show for it.
Take care of vocal editing, comping, and cleanup at the right time in your workflow and keep your momentum flowing in the right direction.
Getting set up to get the most from your home-recorded vocal tracks
Push your vocals beyond the limits with four re-synthesis engines—Vocoder, Talkbox, Polyvox, and Compuvox—along with expressive vocal effects and simple, high-impact controls.
Tricks and tips for finding weird vocal effects that set your songs apart.
Learn about the most common tools and strategies for mixing both lead and background vocals.