“Most vocalists are coming from a place of insecurity, which is okay, because they are putting it all out on the line. It’s the most emotionally difficult instrument because they are the instrument.” – Eyal Levi
If you’re a musician looking to get your home studio off the ground, this show is for you! Eyal Levi and Ryan “Fluff” Bruce sit down to talk shop about all the things they wish they knew when they were getting started.
In this episode they tackle what is probably the most fragile part of any recording: vocals. They talk about the keys to tracking a great vocal performance: how to read the vocalist’s state of mind, creating the right environment for them to do their best, and how to record great vocals in a home studio.
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2:19 – Why vocals are one of the hardest things to record
3:54 – Being in a weird situation with a black metal singer
6:55 – Ways to get super DIY with recording vocals
10:42 – Why the listening environment is important
18:39 – Hear back units and what personal mixers do
21:04 – Vocalists needing to hear what they want to hear