Just surf the web and if your into recording music you will see ad after ad for everything that has to do with making music..EVERYTHING! There will be ads for effects in the Hardware/Software versions, Instruments in the Hardware/Software versions, DAW after DAW, Training on this and Training on that....I'll stop here because I could write down 1000's upon 1000's of things you could see day after day as you
Take a minute and think about how many people have home studios, it has to be in the millions. Think about how many DAWs and all the Gear there is on the market, have you opened up a Sweetwater Catalog lately? What I am getting at here is it is so easy to get your hands on amazing gear and record and we get pretty good results right? Well not so fast! Lets look a little
Propellerheads Reason makes it so easy to use the Comp Editor it can be used to make backup vocals rather easy. A lot people when tracking vocals will track 3 or more tracks to comp and then later go back and track backup vocals. Let me show you how I go about making my backup vocals.
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Wow the 1st session went well, we recorded Guitars and Bass. We used an Eleven Rack and it gave us 3 tracks in one shot right into Reason, I was going to use Pro Tools as I said in an early post but decided not to as I did some tests and Eleven Rack works great in Reason. Eleven Rack allows you input your guitar into 11R, go out of the 11R to your amp so you can play it and then mic it. This allows you to record the 11R sound, a Dry sound and mic the Amp and record it all at the same time. This