Free Video Tutorial – How To Use Waves Vocal Rider – Part 2
In the follow-up of How To Use Waves Vocal Rider – Part 1, this time Eli Krantzberg shows you how Waves Vocal Rider is used to have a group of backup vocals duck based on the lead vocal. And in order to experiment freely, you’ll learn how to create a backup of Vocal Rider’s automation in Logic Pro X.
How To Use Waves Vocal Rider – Part 2
Instead of manually riding the physical mixing console fader, or drawing in each individual level change on a DAW track, Vocal Rider does it for you, making it a true timesaver. All you need to do is set the target range of the vocal level in relation to the rest of the mix. Then, Vocal Rider compensates for all deviations from the target, intelligently raising or lowering the vocal volume.
Vocal Rider currently costs $249. For more information, reviews, or to get a demo, visit the Waves website.
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