Jump to content

Warm Vocals


Recommended Posts

Have you tried adjusting the AC offset?

 

##

 

I'm sorry, I couldn't resist.

 

##

 

Try changing these parameters:

 

-singer

-vocal technique

-room acoustics

-microphone

-pre-amp

 

Some rave about the PSP Vintage Warmer.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

well for that matter......

 

 

try bussing the vocals to a ...bus and adding a hard comp thats just slamming around 12 db of gain reduction....then add a dist or overdrive plug.

 

then turn the bus WAY down to where you just feel it....

 

if it sounds distorted...turn it down!!!!

 

that should help saturate the vox, and help them sit nice

Link to comment
Share on other sites

rave lol

 

the psp vintage warmer plug in is great for this function, cant praise it enough (or can i). Although im sure good mic technique high quality pre's etc make the difference more than anyhting.

 

check it out for a quick fix.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

rave lol

 

the psp vintage warmer plug in is great for this function, cant praise it enough (or can i). Although im sure good mic technique high quality pre's etc make the difference more than anyhting.

 

check it out for a quick fix.

 

Yes, I would think so, myself, good mic + good preamp does a lot, and VintageWarmer to to fake out more. Not that a good mic voice would be a good start, too.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Archived

This topic is now archived and is closed to further replies.

×
×
  • Create New...