Re: Please Critique this mix - there are some great respected earsin

Discussion in 'rec.audio.pro' started by Les Cargill, Sep 2, 2003.

  1. Les Cargill

    Les Cargill Guest

    Rob Adelman wrote:
    >
    > David Kalmusky wrote:
    >
    > >
    > > being completely honest, about 25% of the vocal has pitch correction
    > > implimented to tighen up the vocal and make it a little more
    > > "Pristene" however,

    >
    > At what point did people start deciding that the use of pitch correction
    > was mandatory?


    About the time the technology to "make it so" came available.

    > Who says the vocals have to sound perfect?
    >


    Dunno. Whoever likes that sort of thing, I guess. It's not without
    precedent - barbershop, the Osmonds and The Beach Boys all
    depended on close harmony with tight pitch control.

    > I want the singer to sound human. Humans aren't perfect. Of course there
    > are limitations, and would be singers who really can't sing. But that is
    > a different discussion.


    And no constraint who will actually end up singing.

    >
    > -Rob



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    Les Cargill

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