When it comes to editing vocals and audio, Melodyne is arguably the industry standard software for the job. Here's what's new in the 'more musical' Melodyne version 5.
Taking your vocal productions to the next level, whether you want robotic or natural sounding tracks becomes a lot easier when using pitch correction. Here's what you need to know before jumping in.
iZotope's Nectar 3 is a true swiss army knife for vocal editing, mixing and production. And this latest version really takes things to the next level, as Matt Vanacoro discovered.
VocalSynth 2 is a powerhouse of vocal processing and synthesis. Here are some expert tips on how to use it to its fullest potential, and avoid possible pitfalls.
Creating good harmonies for vocals involves more than just tweaking some plug-ins. Joe Albano explains the musical theory behind getting harmony just right.
In this article Joe Albano explores the potential pitfalls producers should be aware of when recording and producing vocals. Essential reading to help your vocals sounds as good as possible.
There's a lot more than meets the eye when it comes to vocal production. Fortunately, Danny Kirsch with credits for multiple world-wide top 10 hits is here to share his tips in this video.
Revoice Pro 3 is the secret weapon for top level producers world-wide who do pitch and time audio editing. If you're even slightly curious then this article will show you how to make it work for you.
Melodyne is a great tool for creating vocal harmonies, especially when you're stuck for ideas. With Melodyne, you can test what notes work with your main vocal line.
From the pioneering multitrack recordings of Les Paul and Mary Ford to just about every genre in existence today, doubling and layering of vocal performances has long been standard operating procedure