Re: Is a de-esser necessary for mixing vocals?
Posted: Thu Jan 17, 2019 2:48 pm
Essentially I mult the vocal, filter (HPF) off the lows on one and the highs (LPF) on the other. Now I just automate and dance the fader containing the esses.dred2009 wrote:Frequency-split? Ohh, I was thinking about this when I was mixing a piano. It would be very useful. Do you do that with an EQ?The Elf wrote:You can always frequency-split the vocal and control the highs on a separate mult track.
If I'm being exacting about it I use a tricky arrangement of filters and reverse polarities to sort out the phase anomalies and overhangs arising from the filters. Bit busy today, but I'll try to sort out how I designed it and explain - if I can get my head back to how I did when I take a look!