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PostPosted: Mon Jun 25, 2007 2:38 am 
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Any suggestions to make this sound good? Always seems that vocals just sit on top of the tracks.



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Hello Don, welcome to the club. I'll move this post to the "recording vocals" section. Someone will come along with help.

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would compression?

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Side Chaining is very powerful. The G supports it. It will let you vocal duck the music track(s) to a degree you define, if its set up really carefully its transparent but you vocal will sit very snuggly in the mix.

Perhaps more detail?

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