i've been reading this website for a while and i just joined because i wanted to get your guys' insights on something. i'm not sure whether this is the most appropriate section to post this in, so if any staff member feels like moving this somewhere else, that's fine with me of course.
so i love singing and mixing vocals into songs. i enjoy recording my vocals onto instrumental tracks and making covers of songs that i like. i'm probably not very good at either, but i'm getting better with time and i enjoy doing it. having no musical background, sometimes it's hard for me to grasp some things.
so i'm starting to work on a cover right now, the song is called "Everything's Gonna Be Alright". it's from enrique iglesias' album Euphoria.
the vocals sound really particular in that song, they are heavily processed, with lots of effect, and i believe they really have a unique sound.
i would love it if you guys listened to the song and gave me some insights as to how you think that peculiar sound to the vocals is achieved in that specific song. i'm guessing there is some pretty overly auto-tuning, and there are some stereo and delay effects. but maybe you guys can help me by being a little more specific?
Post by aliensweetheart on Jun 7, 2019 12:43:49 GMT
Hi, samuele , I'd like to apologize for the late response, to begin with. I'd also like to welcome you to The Range Place. Concerning your question itself: I'm sorry to say that I'm quite illiterate as to the technical side of music, but I will certainly affirm what you identified as a stylistic overuse of auto-tune, albeit rather tasteless, in my opinion. That auto-tune effect forms the majority of that modern, robotic sound, though. I don't hear much else contributing to that, but then again, I am by no means an expert. I'd like to hear your version soon, with real vocals