Let’s face it – the tone you’re going to get from your pre-production recordings aren’t going to be as great as the ones in the final mix; they don’t need to be. That’s not me saying you should completely disregard your tone either though… You just need to get a solid take with a few additional processing steps to tighten everything up. Here’s what I mean.
There are dozens of reasons for why you might want to record vocals at home. Whatever yours is, make sure you have these essential elements for recording vocals in your home studio.
Working with R&B vocals comes down to a certain amount of dependence on compression to get the results your productions deserve. So what does that mean for you?