There are few music styles in which vocals plays a subordinate part. Indeed, it is a focal point of the entire music track for most of them so you should pay the closest attention to vocal professional online mixing mastering audio services. There are both arrangement, audio properties and physiological reasons for it. They are based on the mechanics of human hearing. Regardless of the processing quality of other music instruments, if the best mixing and mastering services engineer has processed the vocals audio tracks poorly, the song will still sound dull and won’t catch listeners. This option isn’t of any interest for us thus we need to make the vocals draw the listener’s attention by bringing it to the right foreground what can by far be achieved with audio compression. And not only with it… Professional online mixing and mastering audio services engineersconstantly combine it with loudness automation (both before and after compression) and parallel compression. So let’s consider this subject matter in more detail and look into the five errors most frequently made by novices at professional online music mixing mastering services during voice compression.
1. Compression as the only means
Contemporary mixing canons require incredible music dynamics uniformity when every word is clear, distinctive and sounds literally “just in face” regardless of the real dynamics of the singer who is capable of throwing into both whisper and scream, from one state to another in a second. The mixing novice’s error is his attempt to have this effect only with audio compression what brings about just incredibly crushed vocals as well as distortions. Instead, professional online audio mixing mastering services engineers start with detailed track loudness processing by recording gain automation by hand. Whereas the compressor finishes processing of dynamics details and compresses the overall track sound. And even after it the professional online mixing and mastering music services engineer quite often carries out additional loudness automation.