A brief look at how to record great sounding vocals in Logic Pro X.
There are many ways to approach recording vocals in Logic Pro X. Enough to surely find a workflow that suits you. In this tutorial we look at my specific workflow. One based around Logic Pro X’s Track Stacks. We also take a look at the more universal aspects of recording vocals; mic placement, setting levels and more.
From the video you'll see the effectiveness of Track Stacks and why I use them. When recording vocals, as the engineer, you want to be quick and efficient. Especially when your vocalist is feeling inspired and needs to get his or her takes down quickly. It may not be the conventional way of doing things but it sure is, in my opinion an optimal one.
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To create a Track Stack simply highlight the tracks you would like to stack together and press command+shift+d. Then choose Summing Stack.
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