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Old 02-13-2010, 04:43 AM
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Alrighty... does anyone know how to make a singers voice sound NOT so nasal? Can i just dip the EQ? does anyone us any clever methods of doubling that work? or reverb? I have a band coming in and there singer has this issue... please help
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Old 02-13-2010, 05:00 AM
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Hi Jonny, Use a warm mic with a smooth upper mid character, sweep the Eq and pull skinny slivers out, usually between 1 and 3.5k or where it gets peaky and tell the singer how much you love the modern vocal sound as the cash is being counted. Good luck.
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Old 02-13-2010, 05:09 AM
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lol... Or tell him to sing through his mouth and not his forehead
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Forehead singing is the new teen craze.
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What is your vocal mic?
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i have an AKG 414 and EV-RE 20 that i like yo use...
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I find the RE20 a little thick for most vocals but in this case, who knows?
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We're in development of a new plug, the Autotunoseouterizer... As always, it will only be .37 & available @ our local Fred's...
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I find the RE20 a little thick for most vocals but in this case, who knows?
i use the re-20 on thin vocals.. and the akg 414.. on good vocalists.. lol.. i have a couple sennheiser 441's and 421's.. those arent usually used on vocals.. but i guess i'll just try it.. and i'll try that EQ sweep you mentioned.
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Yeah seriously the EQ sweep thing is gonna be ur best bet for that...(that is of course til we get the plug ready
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