ricknbokkerv2.0 Posted June 17, 2004 Share Posted June 17, 2004 Okies... here's the deal. I'm currently involved with a cover band. (Ugh... ) Although I have extensive harmony theory and arranging experience, I have limited experience with live sound mixing and processing, as far as vocals go. So... I'm wondering what's involved with duplicating certain backround vocal sounds. I'm looking at duplicating the things heard from such artists as Def Leppard (sp?), Loverboy, etc. You know... that "very airy, strong-but-in-the-backround, but still upfront sound) Ya... perhaps dated, but it pays the bills. So... any input on this subject would be "muchly" appreciated. I remember maybe seeing an article about this in EQ magazine... but that was 12 years ago, ya know? I'm thinking gates, eq, and the like. Thanx soooo much for any info, in advance. May the gods bless you all... Ricky Click on some ads once in a while!! --------------> Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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