Hi, this is Max from FL Studio tips.
And today I will show you how to perfectly fit your vocal in the mix.
In the mess of the day I arrived, I never played a bunch, so you got to track, you mix the vocals over it.
And that’s how it sounds, dreamy rambling pieces and pieces.
And the problem with that was kind of my stripe data was deleted.
For most of you, it will definitely sound alright, but that’s literally putting one track over the order.
And they have completely no mixed relations with each other.
And that’s nothing of how the top chart trucks are made in order to make our work even more difficult, although they use only one track is basically if you would get a lease or something like this.
So we need to make space in this track for our vocals.
The very first and most basic way we could do it is simply put an equalizer over the track and cut a little bit of the frequencies that the vocal isn’t present revenue increases in pieces.
And the problem with that was the data was deleted Wednesday.
That’s how it works.
But that’s definitely something I would not recommend you do.
So how do we actually do it?
Keep your notes open because that’s one of the most important tricks for professionally sounding vocals.
And for sure, no engineer wants you to know it.
So what we’ll do is go to our main vocal and tune have everything trained these rappers like Reese’s and pieces have been a problem since I was a fetus earning my stripes like I work for Adidas and leading my league better fall deleted by the equalizing and
So our wet effects of after up with a market and control I’ll see enable insert of x and start.
So that will be our vocal signal will unmute the original one, assign our signal to a new track and, very important, unrooted from the master and sidechain it to the track.
After that, in the truck, we’ll go and apply the limiter.
And exactly as in simple sidechain technique, we’ll simply sidechain the vocals to the track.
As you can see, the vocal is taking down the track, making space for it.
And we definitely don’t aim for more than minus two DB or so let’s listen to it.
These rapid increases in pieces have been a problem since I was a fetus earning my stripes data deleted when the ball deleted them independent when a minute had to finish.
That’s already way better.
And that’s already completely enough for the majority of the producers. Mixing the vocal with the track will make your vocal already fit way better into the beat.
But do you remember in the first technique we used only those frequencies to take down the track and the limiter takes down the whole volume?
So it basically works like this.
Not like this.
And as you probably guessed already, the best it would be if we could seitan only this you can see is like this or even the best only the specific frequencies that the vocal is singing in.
So how do we do it using only soco supplies?
Definitely nothing other than our favourite patcher. There’s this preset called multiband sidechain.
Now make sure you have your signal sidechain to the track and this patrol preset loaded onto the truck.
Now we’ll need to go to the map.
Right-click from FL Studio, go to output audio and Mark signal will take this line and drag it to the connect site and here.
Now we’ll go back to the surface and listen to what happens.
The competition started with now it’s literally taking only these frequencies that the vocal is singing in an altogether creamy rapidly creases and pieces pop into prominence. I was earning my stripes like Adidas and Lita Monday, following the lead hit him with a minimum independent when a minute gotta finish out of Minnesota hammer competitions.
People want to listen to him when he was dead in the game. has risen. It starts to sound like one track, not one foot over the other.
I can not imagine life without this technique here.
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