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Old 2007-07-01, 17:42
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you can use gain, or you can cup the mic a little bit to help focus the vocals into a direct part of the mic, which adds a little distortion physically without it sounding fake or digital, these two will help so you dont have to shred your vocal chords as much. expecially if you're going for a growling tecnique.

you dont have to worry as much about it recorded, because if you find someone to mix and master it, and they're somewhat decent at it, they can add various tweaks and program plugins to make your vocals sound more pristine.

i have a behringer PA that comes with like 98 effects built into it, I usually use a small amount of the distortion that it has, because it adds gain without the mic volume increasing and a tiny amount of reverb.
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