How To Mix And Effect Vocals

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Course Description

In this course we are going to learn how to mix vocals inside FL Studio 20. We will learn how to take a sample pack vocal, and best prepare it for your track.

Some of the things we go over include how to prepare your vocal to be mixed, EQ techniques to make sure you can effectively remove any unwanted frequencies, how to use compression in order to get the most out of your vocal, as well as what FX to use to give your vocal the proper space in the mix. We also go over a few ways to make a vocal chop with your vocal, to use for the drop of your song.

Prepping The Vocal:

The first step is to what I call "prep" the vocal. This means picking the best takes, noise gating the vocal/checking for pops/clicks/background noise, and some slight autotune.

EQing The Vocal:

Once our vocal is properly prepped, it's time to EQ. Using Fruity Parametric EQ 2, we cut out some problematic frequencies in our vocal, and boost the high frequency to guarantee it'll cut through the mix. We also go over how to use Maximus to De-Ess your vocal to make sure no harsh S sounds get to the final product.

Compressing The Vocal:

Now we go over compression. Compression is used to level your vocal and make it easy to implement in the context of a track. For this we use the compression feature on the Fruity Limiter.

FX:

Once are vocal is nice and compressed, we go over FX. This includes using reverb and ping pong delay to give your track depth and space. We also go over some cool ways to futher give your vocal depth including stereo shaping and creating artificial harmonies.

Creating a "Vocal Chop":

In the final video, we go over a few different ways to create the popular "vocal chop effect" often used in Future Bass. We go over two ways including chopping the vocal manually in the playlist, as well as using Harmor to turn your vocal into an instrument.

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone that is interested in music production.

Course content

1 section • 6 lectures • 44m total length
  • EQing The Vocal
    07:14
  • Effecting The Vocal
    09:12
  • Creating a "Vocal Chop"
    17:01

Instructor

What about making your sound better?!
  • 3.9 Instructor Rating
  • 152 Reviews
  • 6,033 Students
  • 22 Courses

WA Production is sound-design label that has been founded by Redhead Roman in 2014 in a small country based in the central Europe called Czech Republic (also known as Czechia).

This label was built from nothing – no investments, no funding, no big team of experienced people, nothing. Yet here we are - playing the lead role in the sample pack industry in just a few years. All of this has been only possible thanks to the enormous support from thousands of producers all around the world.

Everything we have achieved, we want to give back to producers. That is why we are releasing hundreds of free sample packs, FL Studio templates and even plugins. That is why we are creating tutorials, audio courses and releasing useful blog posts on a weekly basis. All of this belongs to our Fans and Community. You deserve it!

Welcome to WA Production – the world’s greatest source of free Content and quality Sounds and Plugins for Electronic Music Producers.

Expected Outcomes

  1. You will learn how to mix and effect vocals. You will learn how to eq vocals. You will learn how to compress vocals. You will learn how to chop vocals. Requirements No specific knowledge is required. This Audio Course is made in FL Studio, but the techniques can be applied in any DAW. You will need a computer capable of running any DAW. You will need an internet connection to watch this videos. Basic Music Production Skills is desirable, but not necessary. Description In this course we are going to learn how to mix vocals inside FL Studio 20. We will learn how to take a sample pack vocal, and best prepare it for your track. Some of the things we go over include how to prepare your vocal to be mixed, EQ techniques to make sure you can effectively remove any unwanted frequencies, how to use compression in order to get the most out of your vocal, as well as what FX to use to give your vocal the proper space in the mix. We also go over a few ways to make a vocal chop with your vocal, to use for the drop of your song. Prepping The Vocal: The first step is to what I call "prep" the vocal. This means picking the best takes, noise gating the vocal/checking for pops/clicks/background noise, and some slight autotune. EQing The Vocal: Once our vocal is properly prepped, it's time to EQ. Using Fruity Parametric EQ 2, we cut out some problematic frequencies in our vocal, and boost the high frequency to guarantee it'll cut through the mix. We also go over how to use Maximus to De-Ess your vocal to make sure no harsh S sounds get to the final product. Compressing The Vocal: Now we go over compression. Compression is used to level your vocal and make it easy to implement in the context of a track. For this we use the compression feature on the Fruity Limiter. FX: Once are vocal is nice and compressed, we go over FX. This includes using reverb and ping pong delay to give your track depth and space. We also go over some cool ways to futher give your vocal depth including stereo shaping and creating artificial harmonies. Creating a "Vocal Chop": In the final video, we go over a few different ways to create the popular "vocal chop effect" often used in Future Bass. We go over two ways including chopping the vocal manually in the playlist, as well as using Harmor to turn your vocal into an instrument. Who this course is for: Anyone that is interested in music production. Show more Show less Course content 1 section • 6 lectures • 44m total length Audio Course 6 lectures • 44min Introduction Preview 00:53 Prepping The Vocal Preview 06:53 EQing The Vocal 07:14 Compressing The Vocal Preview 02:54 Effecting The Vocal 09:12 Creating a "Vocal Chop" 17:01 Instructor W. A. Production Academy What about making your sound better?! 3.9 Instructor Rating 152 Reviews 6,033 Students 22 Courses WA Production is sound-design label that has been founded by Redhead Roman in 2014 in a small country based in the central Europe called Czech Republic (also known as Czechia). This label was built from nothing – no investments, no funding, no big team of experienced people, nothing. Yet here we are - playing the lead role in the sample pack industry in just a few years. All of this has been only possible thanks to the enormous support from thousands of producers all around the world. Everything we have achieved, we want to give back to producers. That is why we are releasing hundreds of free sample packs, FL Studio templates and even plugins. That is why we are creating tutorials, audio courses and releasing useful blog posts on a weekly basis. All of this belongs to our Fans and Community. You deserve it! Welcome to WA Production – the world’s greatest source of free Content and quality Sounds and Plugins for Electronic Music Producers. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; var radios = document.querySelectorAll('[name="' + input.dataset.name + '"]'); for (var i = 0; i (function(){window['__CF$cv$params']={r:'678744653a5c2d13',m:'3813ab59cb399717debc2a38735b066da7ee94e0-1627906899-1800-ARQxaNrhTc7DnFjq8KK4/PGBcISgUhxud0hUnOQo7VcCaFDkvpFrC4mt94zAYcq0tHyXv9603DabcNiiRe2erYpHliUYKmzvcc1GB3NSxej2Ri6h5GeYZ/dz/x11BLjTtIc71eMAanvZ5t53XIpqo/yJc8AL2FMmQJBTZT1WxwNK',s:[0xd46cbf11e3,0xc14f12f762],}})();
  2. You will learn how to eq vocals. You will learn how to compress vocals. You will learn how to chop vocals. Requirements No specific knowledge is required. This Audio Course is made in FL Studio, but the techniques can be applied in any DAW. You will need a computer capable of running any DAW. You will need an internet connection to watch this videos. Basic Music Production Skills is desirable, but not necessary. Description In this course we are going to learn how to mix vocals inside FL Studio 20. We will learn how to take a sample pack vocal, and best prepare it for your track. Some of the things we go over include how to prepare your vocal to be mixed, EQ techniques to make sure you can effectively remove any unwanted frequencies, how to use compression in order to get the most out of your vocal, as well as what FX to use to give your vocal the proper space in the mix. We also go over a few ways to make a vocal chop with your vocal, to use for the drop of your song. Prepping The Vocal: The first step is to what I call "prep" the vocal. This means picking the best takes, noise gating the vocal/checking for pops/clicks/background noise, and some slight autotune. EQing The Vocal: Once our vocal is properly prepped, it's time to EQ. Using Fruity Parametric EQ 2, we cut out some problematic frequencies in our vocal, and boost the high frequency to guarantee it'll cut through the mix. We also go over how to use Maximus to De-Ess your vocal to make sure no harsh S sounds get to the final product. Compressing The Vocal: Now we go over compression. Compression is used to level your vocal and make it easy to implement in the context of a track. For this we use the compression feature on the Fruity Limiter. FX: Once are vocal is nice and compressed, we go over FX. This includes using reverb and ping pong delay to give your track depth and space. We also go over some cool ways to futher give your vocal depth including stereo shaping and creating artificial harmonies. Creating a "Vocal Chop": In the final video, we go over a few different ways to create the popular "vocal chop effect" often used in Future Bass. We go over two ways including chopping the vocal manually in the playlist, as well as using Harmor to turn your vocal into an instrument. Who this course is for: Anyone that is interested in music production. Show more Show less Course content 1 section • 6 lectures • 44m total length Audio Course 6 lectures • 44min Introduction Preview 00:53 Prepping The Vocal Preview 06:53 EQing The Vocal 07:14 Compressing The Vocal Preview 02:54 Effecting The Vocal 09:12 Creating a "Vocal Chop" 17:01 Instructor W. A. Production Academy What about making your sound better?! 3.9 Instructor Rating 152 Reviews 6,033 Students 22 Courses WA Production is sound-design label that has been founded by Redhead Roman in 2014 in a small country based in the central Europe called Czech Republic (also known as Czechia). This label was built from nothing – no investments, no funding, no big team of experienced people, nothing. Yet here we are - playing the lead role in the sample pack industry in just a few years. All of this has been only possible thanks to the enormous support from thousands of producers all around the world. Everything we have achieved, we want to give back to producers. That is why we are releasing hundreds of free sample packs, FL Studio templates and even plugins. That is why we are creating tutorials, audio courses and releasing useful blog posts on a weekly basis. All of this belongs to our Fans and Community. You deserve it! Welcome to WA Production – the world’s greatest source of free Content and quality Sounds and Plugins for Electronic Music Producers. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; var radios = document.querySelectorAll('[name="' + input.dataset.name + '"]'); for (var i = 0; i (function(){window['__CF$cv$params']={r:'678744653a5c2d13',m:'3813ab59cb399717debc2a38735b066da7ee94e0-1627906899-1800-ARQxaNrhTc7DnFjq8KK4/PGBcISgUhxud0hUnOQo7VcCaFDkvpFrC4mt94zAYcq0tHyXv9603DabcNiiRe2erYpHliUYKmzvcc1GB3NSxej2Ri6h5GeYZ/dz/x11BLjTtIc71eMAanvZ5t53XIpqo/yJc8AL2FMmQJBTZT1WxwNK',s:[0xd46cbf11e3,0xc14f12f762],}})();
  3. You will learn how to compress vocals. You will learn how to chop vocals. Requirements No specific knowledge is required. This Audio Course is made in FL Studio, but the techniques can be applied in any DAW. You will need a computer capable of running any DAW. You will need an internet connection to watch this videos. Basic Music Production Skills is desirable, but not necessary. Description In this course we are going to learn how to mix vocals inside FL Studio 20. We will learn how to take a sample pack vocal, and best prepare it for your track. Some of the things we go over include how to prepare your vocal to be mixed, EQ techniques to make sure you can effectively remove any unwanted frequencies, how to use compression in order to get the most out of your vocal, as well as what FX to use to give your vocal the proper space in the mix. We also go over a few ways to make a vocal chop with your vocal, to use for the drop of your song. Prepping The Vocal: The first step is to what I call "prep" the vocal. This means picking the best takes, noise gating the vocal/checking for pops/clicks/background noise, and some slight autotune. EQing The Vocal: Once our vocal is properly prepped, it's time to EQ. Using Fruity Parametric EQ 2, we cut out some problematic frequencies in our vocal, and boost the high frequency to guarantee it'll cut through the mix. We also go over how to use Maximus to De-Ess your vocal to make sure no harsh S sounds get to the final product. Compressing The Vocal: Now we go over compression. Compression is used to level your vocal and make it easy to implement in the context of a track. For this we use the compression feature on the Fruity Limiter. FX: Once are vocal is nice and compressed, we go over FX. This includes using reverb and ping pong delay to give your track depth and space. We also go over some cool ways to futher give your vocal depth including stereo shaping and creating artificial harmonies. Creating a "Vocal Chop": In the final video, we go over a few different ways to create the popular "vocal chop effect" often used in Future Bass. We go over two ways including chopping the vocal manually in the playlist, as well as using Harmor to turn your vocal into an instrument. Who this course is for: Anyone that is interested in music production. Show more Show less Course content 1 section • 6 lectures • 44m total length Audio Course 6 lectures • 44min Introduction Preview 00:53 Prepping The Vocal Preview 06:53 EQing The Vocal 07:14 Compressing The Vocal Preview 02:54 Effecting The Vocal 09:12 Creating a "Vocal Chop" 17:01 Instructor W. A. Production Academy What about making your sound better?! 3.9 Instructor Rating 152 Reviews 6,033 Students 22 Courses WA Production is sound-design label that has been founded by Redhead Roman in 2014 in a small country based in the central Europe called Czech Republic (also known as Czechia). This label was built from nothing – no investments, no funding, no big team of experienced people, nothing. Yet here we are - playing the lead role in the sample pack industry in just a few years. All of this has been only possible thanks to the enormous support from thousands of producers all around the world. Everything we have achieved, we want to give back to producers. That is why we are releasing hundreds of free sample packs, FL Studio templates and even plugins. That is why we are creating tutorials, audio courses and releasing useful blog posts on a weekly basis. All of this belongs to our Fans and Community. You deserve it! Welcome to WA Production – the world’s greatest source of free Content and quality Sounds and Plugins for Electronic Music Producers. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; var radios = document.querySelectorAll('[name="' + input.dataset.name + '"]'); for (var i = 0; i (function(){window['__CF$cv$params']={r:'678744653a5c2d13',m:'3813ab59cb399717debc2a38735b066da7ee94e0-1627906899-1800-ARQxaNrhTc7DnFjq8KK4/PGBcISgUhxud0hUnOQo7VcCaFDkvpFrC4mt94zAYcq0tHyXv9603DabcNiiRe2erYpHliUYKmzvcc1GB3NSxej2Ri6h5GeYZ/dz/x11BLjTtIc71eMAanvZ5t53XIpqo/yJc8AL2FMmQJBTZT1WxwNK',s:[0xd46cbf11e3,0xc14f12f762],}})();
  4. You will learn how to chop vocals. Requirements No specific knowledge is required. This Audio Course is made in FL Studio, but the techniques can be applied in any DAW. You will need a computer capable of running any DAW. You will need an internet connection to watch this videos. Basic Music Production Skills is desirable, but not necessary. Description In this course we are going to learn how to mix vocals inside FL Studio 20. We will learn how to take a sample pack vocal, and best prepare it for your track. Some of the things we go over include how to prepare your vocal to be mixed, EQ techniques to make sure you can effectively remove any unwanted frequencies, how to use compression in order to get the most out of your vocal, as well as what FX to use to give your vocal the proper space in the mix. We also go over a few ways to make a vocal chop with your vocal, to use for the drop of your song. Prepping The Vocal: The first step is to what I call "prep" the vocal. This means picking the best takes, noise gating the vocal/checking for pops/clicks/background noise, and some slight autotune. EQing The Vocal: Once our vocal is properly prepped, it's time to EQ. Using Fruity Parametric EQ 2, we cut out some problematic frequencies in our vocal, and boost the high frequency to guarantee it'll cut through the mix. We also go over how to use Maximus to De-Ess your vocal to make sure no harsh S sounds get to the final product. Compressing The Vocal: Now we go over compression. Compression is used to level your vocal and make it easy to implement in the context of a track. For this we use the compression feature on the Fruity Limiter. FX: Once are vocal is nice and compressed, we go over FX. This includes using reverb and ping pong delay to give your track depth and space. We also go over some cool ways to futher give your vocal depth including stereo shaping and creating artificial harmonies. Creating a "Vocal Chop": In the final video, we go over a few different ways to create the popular "vocal chop effect" often used in Future Bass. We go over two ways including chopping the vocal manually in the playlist, as well as using Harmor to turn your vocal into an instrument. Who this course is for: Anyone that is interested in music production. Show more Show less Course content 1 section • 6 lectures • 44m total length Audio Course 6 lectures • 44min Introduction Preview 00:53 Prepping The Vocal Preview 06:53 EQing The Vocal 07:14 Compressing The Vocal Preview 02:54 Effecting The Vocal 09:12 Creating a "Vocal Chop" 17:01 Instructor W. A. Production Academy What about making your sound better?! 3.9 Instructor Rating 152 Reviews 6,033 Students 22 Courses WA Production is sound-design label that has been founded by Redhead Roman in 2014 in a small country based in the central Europe called Czech Republic (also known as Czechia). This label was built from nothing – no investments, no funding, no big team of experienced people, nothing. Yet here we are - playing the lead role in the sample pack industry in just a few years. All of this has been only possible thanks to the enormous support from thousands of producers all around the world. Everything we have achieved, we want to give back to producers. That is why we are releasing hundreds of free sample packs, FL Studio templates and even plugins. That is why we are creating tutorials, audio courses and releasing useful blog posts on a weekly basis. All of this belongs to our Fans and Community. You deserve it! Welcome to WA Production – the world’s greatest source of free Content and quality Sounds and Plugins for Electronic Music Producers. Show more Show less Udemy Business Teach on Udemy Get the app About us Contact us Careers Blog Help and Support Affiliate Impressum Kontakt Terms Privacy policy Cookie settings Sitemap © 2021 Udemy, Inc. window.handleCSSToggleButtonClick = function (event) { var target = event.currentTarget; var cssToggleId = target && target.dataset && target.dataset.cssToggleId; var input = cssToggleId && document.getElementById(cssToggleId); if (input) { if (input.dataset.type === 'checkbox') { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; } else { input.dataset.checked = input.dataset.allowToggle && input.dataset.checked ? '' : 'checked'; var radios = document.querySelectorAll('[name="' + input.dataset.name + '"]'); for (var i = 0; i (function(){window['__CF$cv$params']={r:'678744653a5c2d13',m:'3813ab59cb399717debc2a38735b066da7ee94e0-1627906899-1800-ARQxaNrhTc7DnFjq8KK4/PGBcISgUhxud0hUnOQo7VcCaFDkvpFrC4mt94zAYcq0tHyXv9603DabcNiiRe2erYpHliUYKmzvcc1GB3NSxej2Ri6h5GeYZ/dz/x11BLjTtIc71eMAanvZ5t53XIpqo/yJc8AL2FMmQJBTZT1WxwNK',s:[0xd46cbf11e3,0xc14f12f762],}})();