When we record vocals in a home studio its not unusual to be working with an amateur vocalist or recording in a poor sounding room.

Vocals are by far the most important part of our songs, if theres anything we strive to perfect more than anything it is vocals.

  • Is finding balance in your vocals a trouble spot for you?
  • Do you have trouble sitting them properly on top of your mix?
  • Are you unable to match the energy that you hear from singers on the radio? 

If these are just some of the struggles you might be having let me guide you! Early in my career information like this wasn't so readily accessible so I want to save you from some of the struggles I had to go through! I've made it my mission to share as much information as I possibly can with other audio engineers, such as yourself, that are looking to improve the quality of their home studio recordings.

I've been able to film a few videos to help get you started on this journey and to give you an inside look at some of the information I expand on in my course! I love being able to share my knowledge with others so check out the guides I have below for you!

4 Tips for a Controlled Vocal Mix : Consistency for vocals is key for creating that radio quality music! This video shows you some key points to get your vocal mix on point!

Mixing R&B Vocals : Here I show you how I typically mix vocals! I've also added in some great information on effects to add excitement to your own mixes and vocal tracks! 

A Typical Home Studio Vocal Chain : What should your vocal plugin chain look like? Take a look and learn how your chain should be set up. 

The Best Way To Compress Home Recorded Vocals : Compression is such an important part of the mix... And compression on vocals may be the most important part! See how you should be compressing your vocals to get that radio ready sound.