Have you ever been in a situation where your drum mix was lacking definition and punch? Or maybe lost in your mix? When mixing a song with a lot of tracks, it is easy at some point to lose some important elements. That can easily happen in a busy rock or pop mix. This is something I struggled with in the past.
Hey guys, got a quick tip for you today. Let’s talk about the lead vocal. I love doubling effects on lead vocals. It can bring the vocal to another level. That’s why I always tend to have a lead vocalist sing his part twice (if not more) when I’m recording. I don’t always have this option when I’m mixing a project that I didn’t work on the recording.
Hello, my name is Chris Selim. I'm a music producer, recording/mix engineer, and owner of Mixdown Online. Having produced and mixed artists globally in Canada, USA, France, Belgium, and Switzerland,
I've gained substantial experience in diverse musical genres, making online production and mixing second nature. I work out of my recording studio near Montreal, Canada.
My goal is to share my experience with you, giving you tools that I wish I had when I first started. So feel free to get in touch with me if you have any questions or comments. Hope you Enjoy!