Vocal Loop Recording, One way to record by yourself
thefireball
Jun 24 2017, 10:42 PM
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This method of recording vocals consists of setting up a loop selection within Reaper, (our DAW in today's example), and recording a couple of takes back-to-back.



While some may disagree this is the best way to record, I find it handy when you're recording by yourself. It allows you to stay in the vocal booth and keep recording your takes within a section or even an entire song! I feel it helps me disconnect from the world and just get into the song - and diminishes my mic fright!

After you've recorded your takes, you'll want to sort through them and pick the best parts based on performance and emotion that you prefer in each.

Brandon

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