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Old 2012-12-12, 23:40
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I need some help on making my vocals fatter any advice?
The biggest thing you can do to make your vocals fatter is to multitrack them. Record three versions of your singing a verse, for example. Pan one in the middle, one maybe 30% left and one 30% right. Make the ones on the left and right a little quieter and use a bit more reverb on them (be sure to use a send for the reverb so the tracks sound similar). Adjust to taste and you'll be in Fat City.

PS It sounds WAY better if you sing multiple tracks. Using one track and delaying them always sounded thin to me. If you want a example of how vocals sound that way check out this track. I multitrack three vocal tracks in the verse:

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