You bring a karaoke version or the "beat" of the song you want to sing or rap to the recording studio and we record your vocals in top quality.
Sometimes it is worth buying a professional karaoke version because the versions on the net are usually in poor mp3 quality. These mp3-encoded playbacks often don't mix well with the high-resolution vocals recorded in the recording studio.
Therefore, please email me the title or link to the beat in advance so that I can decide in advance whether it is worth recording.
Another possibility is to record onto a well-programmed midi-file. There are many free midi-files available on the internet, but you can also buy a paid version at a midi-file-dealer you or I trust. The midi-file contains all the instruments individually as tracks with midi notes.
In the studio I replace the mostly bad-sounding midi standard sounds with high-quality samples and sounds from my sound library. This gives me more possibilities to adapt the playback to your vocal performance, be it by raising or lowering the pitch, or by adjusting the music to the vocals in the mixdown.
The more individual tracks I have available, the better the overall sound will be in the end.
The singer was highly motivated and punctual in the studio and knew his lyrics by heart. Only small mistakes in the timing/vocal rhythm were corrected by me in the sequencer. In principle, I can also correct pitch fluctuations with Auto-Tune. In these two cases, however, we simply sang problematic passages several times and then combined the best takes.
When I use Auto-Tune, I do it in such a way that you can't hear it later.
The ultimate goal is always a clean vocal performance without disturbing artefacts. Small mistakes are human and should not be "ironed out" unnecessarily so that your voice can be recognised in the end.
Please contact me directly on 0152 - 33 59 38 46 or by e-mail so that I can make you a fair and transparent offer.
|100,00 € netto
Good preparation and clear agreements help in any case to achieve a professional sound. It is also important to take the time a song or an album needs to be released for eternity in this "digital" world.