Singers produce a range of sounds, good and bad, and no two voices are alike – the good news is that focusing on the following areas can take a lot of the hassle out of the process.
They’re a great tool, allowing us to be efficient and fast in addition to provide opportunity to reflect on our workflow and come up with ways of making it even better.
Audio veteran Fred Vogler’s vision for soundscape creation comes to life in the time of the pandemic to support forward-looking clients like FOX Sports.
Skills and techniques to understand (and implement) from the outset to avoid as many difficulties as possible.
Avoiding the “add-ons,” the extra ingredients meant to improve the flavor of one or more parts of the mix but instead spoil the whole dish.
Investigating timing issues as well as frequency response magnitude, frequency response phase, EMI susceptibility, common-mode rejection ratio (CMRR) with a lineup of mixers.
Developing the ability to identify, balance, and adjust specific individual sounds within a mix to shape the overall image.
Borrowing some concepts and techniques from the studio to improve the live side of things…