ElGenius1 Posted July 7, 2001 Share Posted July 7, 2001 hello recording enthusiasts, i need help, please....i'm making a professional-like demo and i need to know some things...i have soundforge 4.5, and i have a decent microphone....now, after i record my vocals alone, i need to know the effects that should be done to the voice so that it sounds 'professional'.....i have downloaded several acapellas from the internet of professional artists, and therefore, i have an idea of what an accapella sounds like, but i cant get my acapella to have the same professional 'sound'..... i know that it has something to do with EQ'ing, and 'reverb'ing....i am familiar with these terms and what they do.....can anyone please tell me (if u have soundforge 4.5 or higher)....how to EQ it so that makes the acapella sound nice and professional? what are the specifics of it? or is it a plug-in with soundforge that EQ's it so as to make it sound professional? I WOULD APPRECIATE ANYONE'S PROFESSIONAL RESPONE TO THIS, ALONG WITH ANY OTHER TIPS THAT WOULD HELP ME OUT.... THANK YOU "Los niños escuchan el 'rap'...que les daña el cerebro" Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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