The No.1 Website for Pro Audio
Achieving modern Vocal Stereo Width without multiple takes
Old 3rd June 2020
  #1
Achieving modern Vocal Stereo Width without multiple takes

Hi John,

Just wondering how you create realistic modern vocal "doubles", or stereo width on vocals when perhaps you only have one track to begin with? The reason I ask is whenever we are asked to create stereo vocals from a single mono file, it usually sounds strange, or full of artifacts.

Do you have a favorite go-to solution for this? Or is this mainly done in production before you get the files?

Cheers...
Old 22nd June 2020
  #2
Special Guest
 
TheHanes's Avatar
Quote:
Originally Posted by CanadaSC1 ➡️
Hi John,

Just wondering how you create realistic modern vocal "doubles", or stereo width on vocals when perhaps you only have one track to begin with? The reason I ask is whenever we are asked to create stereo vocals from a single mono file, it usually sounds strange, or full of artifacts.

Do you have a favorite go-to solution for this? Or is this mainly done in production before you get the files?

Cheers...
To sound good and convincing as actual doubles, it should be done in production and recorded that way by the singer or BG vocalist.

If I want to create some computerized synthy doubles and harmonies, I like the Isotope Vocalsynth (check out the bridge on TxT "9 and Three Quarters")
8
Share

Similar Threads

Thread / Thread Starter Replies / Views Last Post
replies: 18775 views: 1436566
Avatar for eagle007
eagle007 10 minutes ago
replies: 49 views: 7525
Avatar for mprey
mprey 7th November 2018

Forum Jump
Forum Jump