#1
I was wondering if pros use compressors when switching between normal voice and falsetto a lot. Josh Homme comes to mind.
#2
Well, compressors are used VERY heavily on vocals, since they are typically the loudest track in the mix. And with the falsetto thing, the singers volume changes with the change to/from falsetto, so a compressor would be necessary.
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#3
They could very well do. Compressors are standard studio tools. The falsetto could have been done in a separate take or even a different track.
#4
Thanks! Getting a vox comp or fx unit with a comp is now on my to-do list.