In my opinion, Coldplay and Muse are the masters of gang vocal production. Of course there are countless other commercial artists out there who have used this production technique typically in a trend called the Millennial Whoop, which appears to be taking over pop music as you can hear by listening to this short example video…
Gang vocals are quite easy to record if you have two or more people around a microphone singing the same part. These parts can be layered in tracking over and over until you get a cool gang vocal like effect but if you are a solo singer songwriter, or a music producer with only one vocalist available you may be struggling to get that desired gang vocal effect. If so, then follow the steps presented in this premium video tutorial.
In this video tutorial, I explain a production concept we refer to as “The Room Of People Singing Happy Birthday” that will help you to understand how to approach gang vocal production. Watch this video and learn how to get gang vocal results just like you hear in the charts today, but by using a single microphone and one vocalist. This is an especially cool production technique for home studio producers.
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