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Vocal comping is the art of both selecting and then combining multiple takes of any vocal or instrument into a single, ultimate take.In this tutorial, Grammy winner Fab Dupont walks you through the entire comping process and shows you how to: Whether you're a Pro Tools, Logic, Cubase or Studio One user, learning how to effectively comp vocals together is an essential skill every engineer and producer needs to master.You can export all the active audio tracks from an entire sequence in Premiere Pro to an Open Media Format (OMF) file.Digi Design Pro Tools imports OMF files, when the Digi Translator feature is licensed.Fab has been nominated for Grammys 6 times, including two Latin Grammys and has received many other accolades around the world, including Victoires de la Musique, South African Music awards, Pan African Music Awards and US independent music [email protected]: People have been comping vocals since before it was easy to do. That said Will Knox's first record were all single takes. amazing how there's always something else to learn! I very much recognize the point about the difference in live vibes and experience versus listening to a recording. And from my own experience I can add to that that I play much better live than in the studio, red light fever!track to track, tape machine to tape machine, using H3000 harmonizer pitch correction to fix the ugly stuff. A record does not have to be a documentary unless that's your goal. Same for Cyrille Aimée's last two records :-)Such a great video. Fab, do you have recorded a singer that sings perfectly from the start to the end? Hi fab, how would you integrate the use of pitch shiting software like melodyne in your editing process. I know that you treat the question in another video that I have seen and It seems that it would be even more laborious to insert it before comping . I already knew how to vocal comp but you STILL blew my mind with this tutorial. It feels much different when it is a one off performance for an audience versus something that is going to be scrutinized in the studio and published on spotify for all eternity and afterwards.
These videos are more than just mix training, they're about how to be a professional. Couldn't be happier with my subscription to the service so far.He's worked in cities like Paris, Boston, Brussels, Stockholm, London and New York just to name a few.He has his own studio called FLUX Studios in the East Village of New York City.Really makes me feel like I have real, actual mentors rather than just some random guys on the internet.In this article and video we will explain how to use Reaper to export multiple tracks.