FREE VOCAL FX CHAIN - Mixing and Processing

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  1. steelyad

    steelyad Hop Pole Studios

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    Howdy metal mixing men, and other interested parties. Here's another one of those videos i've been doing where I demo how to get a decent sound for each specific instrument, without spending any money. This time, it's a basic vocal chain, including Neve 1073 style EQ, 1176 style limiting, a tape-slap echo, room and plate reverbs all built into Reaper.

    A bass one is coming, have a look around the forums for the guitar and drum ones.

     
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    Drezik27 SS.org Regular

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    Good stuff, that ADT trick is pretty cool. First time I've seen that.
     
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    steelyad Hop Pole Studios

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    Thanks...... everything is taken from somewhere these days though, I got that from an issue of Sound on Sound a few years ago. I usually use soundtoys' MicroShift for that but if you want free..... there ya go!
     
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    Kylezan SS.org Regular

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    Great video, really appreciate it!

    Cheers!

    Now I have to go dig for those M7 IRs that are lurking around my hard drive somewhere ;)
     
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    Awesome video, man! I'll definitely watch a few more times again.

    And I loved the simplicity of the de-essing solution, specially since those Reaper plugins are available for free for any DAW (I have them in Sonar) :D
     

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