I have a joke but first, do you have a problem with racist/descrimination jokes? I don't mean any of them! Just so you know!
Nevermind you sent me a friend request but please do not say my last name on here!
That is what I looked for but I didn't see your picture. What is your profile picture?
do you have a facebook, you told me ur full name once but i didnt find u on fb. i cant smile! my face will crack
Your vocal problem is not an issue with how you recorded it, but rather how you're mixing it. I had the same problem, until I discovered the magic of compression. You should put a hard compression on the vocal track: short attack, relatively short release, and a threshold of about -9db or so. Just play around with the threshold until it sounds right. As for the vocals 'not being apart of the song', that's another issue with compression. Since you're probably not compressing the master track, there's no way of getting the sound you describe that is pretty much how all modern music is these days. It really comes down to personal preference, and I don't recommend compressing the master track too much.
For the master track, try an attack time that's as short as possible, make the release time about 75 milliseconds, put the threshold at about -3db, and maybe up the gain until it's just below the red of the volume. DON'T have it go in the red; that's what compression is trying to avoid.
Anyway, that should kinda solve your problems. The whole 'vocals being on-top' thing is quite normal with music (especially if it's from 15 years ago) and shouldn't be something that's feared.
Sorry man, no dudes in the orgy.
Oh snap. I totally didn't see this message until now. Fuck, that's good man! Seriously, it doesn't sound easy, but it's just gotta be, seeing how fast you mastered it...right? Heh, as I don't play bass, I have no idea.
Whoops, I forgot about it, dudeski. I'll do it when I get back from work.
Dammit. I figured something would happen. Maybe I'll try putting each kit in different zips.
drum samplezzz.zip - 392.22MB
Here ya go. You just slap 'em into the samples folder. The weakest ones generally are the open hihats, they don't have much power, but you may be able to get a good sound out of them.
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