Ken Lewis guides you through deciding on the proper effects for mixing your lead vocals in this mix tutorial, Choosing Lead Vocal Effects. The lesson focuses on reverb and delay, but also covers vocal distortions and imaging effects like chorus and pitch spreading. Also, Ken discusses how to fly vocals from one section to another. Then he shows you many of his personal effects tricks including stringing multiple effects together, adjusting reverb shape, pre-delay, decay, filtering, ping pong, stereo and mono delay effects.
Ken takes you through this 96 minute lesson, with in depth listening. He tells you what to listen for and how to find your perfects vocal effects. Please watch the video introduction above which gives you the first 15 minutes of the mix tutorial for free.
The full download includes the Pro Tools session and consolidated audio stems for any DAW. This allows you the ability to practice your own vocal effects in your home recording studio.
Running Time: 96 minutes
Skill Level: Beginner / Intermediate
Genre: Pop / R&B
*** PRO TOOLS SESSION INCLUDED ***
*** CONSOLIDATED AUDIO STEMS INCLUDED FOR ANY DAW****