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jack c.
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Posted - 02/01/2017 :  5:04:53 PM  Show Profile  Reply with Quote  [Reply to Topic]  | [Reply w/ Quote]
so i listen to the beach boys back in the day and their harmonies are just ok.now hearing them live and their new lp those harmonies are the best ever.it sounds to me ears they have some device on the voices like antares auto tune evo or something else anyone know?the harmonies are pristine bright,clean,tight even live!!!!!!!!!!!



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Posted - 02/01/2017 :  6:29:58 PM  Show Profile  Visit mcintalker's Homepage  Reply with Quote
When I listen to the isolated vocals, I think they're amazing. Brian did a great job with his brothers, cousin (who's been a jerk forever LOL even when I met them in '67), and Al, who sings lead on Sloop John B and others.

Now, Brian gets to hire/select excellent singers/harmonizers based on how they blend with each other, him, etc....
If you've studied them, then it's probably easier now to make it sound even more amazing. Better monitoring, better mics, preamps, certainly better effects and rooms to track in.

It's definitely even better now!

Maybe they use auto tuning ..... don't know. I do love to hear that sound, though!

Michael

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