Editing Audio - Blending

by Melody
(GA)

I am wondering how to get the vocal track and the music track to sound good together. Back when I used to run sound for a band, we would use reverb to blend instruments and vocals into different types of rooms (or auditoriums), so I'm wondering if there's software I should be using to somehow enhance my audio?


Thanks for any help or suggestions you may have.

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Apr 04, 2010
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Blending Audio
by: Lee - Bedroom-Recording.com

Yes, it is true that reverb can help to glue tracks together in a whole. Do keep in mind that too much reverb is worse than too little.

Your question about the software is simple: you need an audio editor. I don't know much about video editing, but while they may have good audio tools, an audio editor is the way to go. Some (like MOTU Digital Performer) have integrated video support. In an editor like this, you can work on the audio with all the power a mixing console will give you.


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