This post was originally published at ask.audio
Standard recording and mixing techniques can always be relied on to get the job done, but at times it’s worth trying something a little different. Here are four suggestions for approaches that might help achieve subtly better tracks and mixes.
When recording vocals, standard practice is to give the vocalist a (rough) monitor mix of the track in the headphones, and set the voice itself to a level comfortably louder than the backing track.
Author : Joe Albano