Vocals are the most important element in your mix. They’re the thing that listeners will pay the closest attention to. Because of that, you need your vocals to be nice and present so that your listeners can learn every single word and sing along.
It’s very easy for vocals to get swallowed up amongst the other instruments in your mixes. Sometimes you may only have one vocal that is surrounded by 30 tracks of instruments.
In order to make your vocals stand above the rest, you need to pay special attention to how you EQ them.
So I’ve created a video to show you the 6 frequency ranges that you need to always pay attention to when mixing vocals.
Check it out here:
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Looking for more mixing tips on how to get your vocals to sound polished?
Check out The Ultimate Mixing Blueprint: A free guide on how to use EQ and compression across a variety of instruments so that you can create great mixes quickly.