Mixing Vocals 101: How to Mix Vocals Perfectly

by Ilan Adar, NoiseWorks CEO  15.08.2023
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Properly Limiting Vocals

As the last plugin in our chain, you need to use a limiter. This limiter ensures that there are no peaks in our signal. If there happens to be a peak, the limiter will catch it.

To set the limiter correctly, ensure it’s only catching the truly loud peaks. It shouldn’t be working continuously if you’ve compressed your signal correctly in earlier steps. If it is, you might need to review your settings. Remember, the purpose of the limiter is not to amplify your signal. If you set the input to 12 dB to limit the peaks, you should set the output to -12 dB.

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