Your microphone isn’t everything – here are a few tips for how you can best prepare your home studio for recording vocals.
We walk through the complete process of recording vocals, from reviewing the roles of each piece of gear to connecting your microphone to your DAW.
Let’s discuss three common sounds that tend to be hard to replace with software instruments, and take a listen to some specific emulations that give it their best shot.
Let’s take a look at how we can use emulation plugins to create a vocal chain that’s both adaptable and affordable.
Let’s take a look at the anatomical and acoustical reasons behind why most people don’t like the sound of their own voice.
Even if you’re not a vocalist, your voice can still be used as a powerful sampler instrument.
We show you how to create a budget microphone setup that includes everything from the mic itself to the in-the-box effect chain.
KARRA tells us about discovering her vocals on Bring Me The Horizon’s “in the dark,” her approach to creating samples, and more.
Get an inside look into how KARRA collaborated with Dylan Matthew to produce the first vocal sample pack on her label.
We had the opportunity sit down with KARRA to discuss her experience of founding and running her own vocal label, KARRA Presents.
Write a song that features background vocals to get your creative juices flowing, and share your work to receive feedback from your peers.
Let’s take a look at vocoders, how they work, and techniques that allow us to use them to their fullest.