By Joe Gilder • August 24, 2017 Article provided by Home Studio Corner. Whenever you’re recording, especially when dealing with vocals, there often comes a time when the mix sounds pretty good, and then things take a turn for the worse. All you did was perform a little processing and suddenly transients that once were soft are suddenly piercing and have ruined the mix. What to do? While you can try to simply EQ the track, it can easily ruin what was previously a great mix. This is where de-essers come in. They’re really cool, but a lot of people aren’t sure exactly when or where or why to use them. Check out the following video to find out more. About Joe Joe Gilder Sound Engineer Joe Gilder is a Nashville based engineer, musician, and producer who also provides training and advice at the Home Studio Corner. http://www.homestudiocorner.com Tagged with: Audio De-Esser Editing Effects Joe Gilder Mixing Processors Recording · all topics Subscribe to Live Sound International Subscribe to Live Sound International magazine. Stay up-to-date, get the latest pro audio news, products and resources each month with Live Sound. Subscribe Today!