#1
Hey guys,

Im running my own home make-shift studio. I have a small Tascam mixer and M-Audio MXL 990 Condenser. So I have a couple of great sounding guitar/bass/drum tracks and on day 5, it's time to record vocal tracks. Now, in my opinion and I have been told I have a mid-range voice and I have no problem controlling it. But when I record, my voice sounds like a little kid. Now I'm 17.... I do not have a pop-filter, will this help me? I know EQ plays a part and I'm working on that too. Any other tips I can get??


Posts such as "Well get the hammer off of your balls like Claudio Sanchez (Coheed reference)!" will not be welcomed.
Last edited by J6strings21fret at Oct 13, 2007,
#3
No-one's voice sounds the same recorded as it does in their head, at least not until you've recorded yourself a few times and know how you sound.

If your recordings make you sound like a kid, then you sound like a kid. All a pop-shield will do is stop the recording clipping when you make hard "puh" sounds
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