This is part 4 of a series of blog posts following my experience of recording with Logic Pro and learning as I go. Thanks to everyone who has contributed so far with suggestions – it has been really helpful.
So after yesterday’s post, I decided that the delay effect needed to be adjusted. When I listened to the track with another set of head phones it was apparent the effect was too present. The speakers and/or headphones you use will make a difference to your mix – now I know!
Above is a screenshot of the delay settings. You may notice that I have pulled back the wet mix slider to give a cleaner vocal on the track.
I also mentioned I would try switching off reverb on the acoustic tracks. I tried it, but decided to keep it as I preferred it with the reverb. As a side-note, I tried a similar delay setting to that of the vocal, but it did not work as well.
The player below has the four latest versions back-to-back in a playlist so you can compare. If the player does not work for you, links to the MP3s are provided below as well.