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Posted 13 Nov 2013Thanks to Malcolm, I've got clearer vocals. Although I used EQUO: stereo separation in the mixer tracks for instrumental leaving vocals in the center, I was currently testing stereo shaper.
I used EQUO and Stereo enhancer for a while but I decided to test the stereo shaper. I'm not sue if the settings is right or do you have any suggest vast for the stereo separator?
Here's the sample when I test stereo shaper
Posted 8 Oct 2013Ok, I can't take it anymore! I've been working this cover for 7 MONTHS!
Ok, here's my first one before I got a good advice from this forum... The first one is sucks because of bad mixing so I decided to revised it...
Then I got all good advice from you all (to those who help me) and I improved my mixing.
And there's my newly revised:
My mixing to other songs seems to be in good touch... However this song is the most challenging of all because of the ff:
1) The instrumental has a background noise, the way I hear it. (I used filter already to the instrumental but the clarity is lost or at least the quality...)
2) Kiyoteru's hissy vocal(when mixed to off vocal)is more audible.
3) I think the instrumental has a narrow range of frequencies because its mid frequency is the most audible of all.
- Because of this Kiyoteru is sometimes sound muffled when mixed... - I used EQ in master track...
I use maximus, and filter (maximus did a great job though but I want at least softer rapsy vocal like in original song...)
BTW, if you asked me for the singer properties, here it is:
BRI: 35 (In hoping I would get rid of this hiss but eventually it gives softer results...)
Posted 16 Sep 2013Ok, before I repost this in youtube, let me know what do you think of the cover...
Also, sorry for the hisses... I tried to get rid of them and BTW, use headphones too!
Snow Thaw Kiyoteru
Posted 5 Aug 2013Ok, it's me again... XD I've been a Kiyoteru user for a year and now I managed to clear up his vocals although my problem is sometimes he sounds drowned... I tried to boost up his volume but it sounds horrible... I don't know if it is through his singing properties, or either in equalization or in maximus in master track... so I don't know what should I do about so, I'll be giving some samples here:
I NEED HELP FOR THIS ONE!
Posted 27 Apr 2013I'm a noob in vocaloid and I'm currently a Kiyoteru user. (I also used Gumi, Iroha and Miki)I used FL studio for mixing
I looked at youtube tutorial (I considered the Sonika mixing as one of my notes in mixing...)
Here's the sample of my current mixing:
I used the ff in order: Equo(vocal enhancer), EQ (radio effect in 30%), Maximus, Fruity limiter, spitfish, floorfish and fruity reverb...
As for the master mixing: EQ, Fruity multicompressor(mastering setting), Fruity filter and Fruity center...
BTW, do you use EDISON in removing vocaloids background noises? I consider floorfish as my noise remover...
BTW, here's my currently singing properties for Kiyo: (I use vocaloid 3)
Breathiness: -127 (Is this a good idea?)
Gender: -5, 0, 5, 10, 16, 20 (It depends for on his song he is singing)
Clearness: 25 (Should I lower this then?)
If you have a better suggestion about it, please tell me. I really wanted to have a realistic result and BTW, Kiyoteru tends to hiss sometimes...
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