PopVlad Posted May 3, 2011 Share Posted May 3, 2011 Hey Guys, This is going to sound real dumb, but could you tell me about your experiences in a studio while recording the vocals? The reason for asking is that I went to a Studio last week for the first time to record a short vocal demo and I failed big time. I was shouting to get to a G4, when normally itâ€™s a comfortable note for me. I think that part of that was nerves, but the other part was that I couldn't hear myself very well through the studio headphones. I mean, obviously, I COULD hear myself, but it was nowhere near the clarity of my home recordings (a simple condenser mic + headphones), which threw me off. The sound engineer told me that everything was set up as usual and I just needed to readjust myself to the feeling of singing in a really sound proof environment. Any tips here? Is singing in a sound proof vocal booth that much different in terms of hearing oneself? Cheers, Vlad Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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