Deuce oo7’s Chesney Snow performing with Kate Havnevik

Small Clip of Chesney Snow backing Kate Havnevik up with beatboxing> Chesney and me created a project in 2007 called “Deuceoo7” which sounds like Electronica, Downtempo, and Hip-Hop from the streets of NYC.

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Kate-Havnevik performing with Chesney Snow at LittleFields

Kate-Havnevik performing with Chesney Snow

Deuceoo7's Chesney Snow, Jeff, Deuce oo7's Joe Wize at LittleFields

Deuceoo7's Chesney Snow, Jeff, Deuce oo7's Joe Wize

Deuce oo7's Chesney Snow, Magdalena Snow, and Emily at LittleFields

Deuce oo7's Chesney Snow, Magdalena Snow, and Emily

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Key steps to lookout for when recording multiple tracks of stacking vocals?

Livia-Six

Livia-Six

by: Joe Wize

The process of stacking vocals is used in most of the music you hear on the radio today. It’s a good way of creating a natural stereo and depth in your mix. Here are a few things from my experience to look out for.

1. Make sure that each tracks starts and ends at the same time.

There’s nothing more frustrating than having everything in key but the artist holds the notes at different lengths.

2. Make sure that all the tracks have all the same exact feel unless you are doing something on purpose.

If one is was sung low and the hard, or soft and aggressive, or childlike and deep opera like it will be very difficult to mix in the end.

3. Make sure that all the tracks are in the right key and in key?

Keep in mind that when some notes are hit they are very close but still may be out. You might be able to let these go if you stack enough tracks but I suggest you rerecord them. Train your ears so you know if two different pitches are the same or out. You may want to watch a guitar player tune his guitar to get the concept.

When two keys are the same you won’t hear to many sound waves if any, you’ll just hear one long one. It sounds like a repeating sound wave when notes are out. You should apply this to each of the vocals and to the vocals placed in the music because they all go together.

Overall these steps would be a good place to start when recording your next hit record.

Happy Music Creation And Production

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Indiggo Child Music Presents Fay-O-La

Fay-O-La

Fay-O-La

A new amazing artist just signed with Indiggo Child Music, her name is Fay-O-La. Her sounds will bring you back your ol southern roots, sprinkled with a touch of jazz, and neo-soul. She is a breath of fresh air and divine innovation. Fay-O-La will do big things in 2009 to match her big voice.

Check Her Sound –>

“Today Is The Day”:
[audio:http://www.indiggo.com/pbmu/supersonicnoise/musicdax/Today Is The Day Shrt.mp3]

“Love Is Love”:
[audio:http://www.indiggo.com/pbmu/supersonicnoise/musicdax/Love Is Love Shrt.mp3]

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my music production company Indiggo Child Productions