Vocal Mixing Essentials For Future Bass
Want to make sure your vocals are on point?
If you are making future bass and you’re keen to elevate your sound, this course is for you.
Learn how to make your vocals production ready using the tools you already have in FL Studio 20.
Exceed your own creative expectations with new skills and professional techniques for FL Studio 20
Take a raw vocal recording and turn it into a fully prepared vocal, ready to drop into your future bass instrumental.
In this course you’ll learn how to mix vocals inside FL Studio 20 using stock Imagine Line plugins (plus a couple of extras).
- 40 Minutes of professional video instruction
- 5 tutorial videos each focused on the techniques professional mix engineers use to get their vocals track ready
- Learn at your own pace, watch as many times as you need to learn the lessons
- This course uses FL Studio 20 and Image-Line plugins including Fruity Parametric EQ 2, Maximus, the compressor, reverb and ping pong delay and Image Line Sampler
- This course assumes a basic working knowledge of FL Studio 20
About Your Tutor
Passion, talent and skill
By the age of twenty one, New York native Kyle Braun has already accomplished some great feats in his career. With recent releases on Lowly Palace and Capitol Records as well as support from artists like Blackbear and The Chainsmokers, he continues to grow his fan base with his fusions of pop and electronic music.
In addition to touring with his group “Poorchoice” Kyle’s immediate plans are focused on honing his production skills to reach new heights every day.
► Prepping The Vocal
Your first step is to “prep” the vocal. Learn how to pick the best takes, noise gating the vocal/checking for pops/clicks/background noise and how to apply the right amount of autotune.
► EQing The Vocal
Once your vocal is properly prepped, it’s time to EQ. Find out how to cut out problematic frequencies in your vocal and boost the high frequency to guarantee it’ll cut through the mix. You’ll also work on de-essing your vocal to make sure no harsh S sounds get to the final product.
► Compressing The Vocal
Compression is used to level your vocal and make it easy to implement in the context of a track. Here you’ll make good use of the compression feature on the Fruity Limiter.
► Adding Space and Depth To The Vocal
Once your vocal is perfectly compressed you can move over to FX. This includes using reverb and ping pong delay to give your track depth and space. Plus, pick up some cool ways to give your vocal depth including stereo shaping and creating artificial harmonies.
► Creating a “Vocal Chop”
It wouldn’t be a Future Bass course without featuring different ways you can create vocal chop effects so popular in Future Bass. Get the skills to chop the vocal manually or to turn your vocal into an instrument giving you plenty of options for your own productions.