- 1 How do you get a vintage vocal sound?
- 2 What band sounds most like the Beatles?
- 3 What vocal mics did the Beatles use?
- 4 What delay did the Beatles use?
- 5 Did the Beatles invent distortion?
- 6 Did the Beatles use reverb?
- 7 Did the Beatles record to a click track?
- 8 What songs did the Beatles steal?
- 9 Will there ever be another band like the Beatles?
- 10 Are The Beatles alternative rock?
How do you get a vintage vocal sound?
With this in mind, here are some of our best practices for achieving a great vintage-sounding vocal.
- Experiment with the room.
- Embrace early reflections with your microphone placement.
- Use a tube microphone (or an emulation)
- Add warmth to your vocals with the right pre-amplifier.
- Preserve some natural quirks.
What band sounds most like the Beatles?
BANDS THAT SOUND LIKE THE BEATLES
- The Byrds – “I’ll Feel A Whole Lot Better” TheByrdsVEVO.
- Billy Joel – “Laura” billyjoelVEVO.
- Electric Light Orchestra – “10538 Overture”
- The Jam – “Start!”
- The Knack – “Good Girls Don’t”
- The Monkees – “I’m A Believer”
- Raspberries – “I Saw the Light”
- The Rutles – “Cheese and Onions”
What vocal mics did the Beatles use?
The Beatles used a variety of microphones for live PA sound. Photos in the Shure archives show the Beatles using the Shure 545, the Shure 546, and the Shure 565. The same Shure models are also in photos from recording sessions.
What delay did the Beatles use?
However at that time those units weren’t that common in UK, so The Beatles didn’t use any of those amps or units. To attain delayed sound they used the Send tape echo echo delay (STEED) technique. This technique was pioneered by Gwynne Stock who was a sound engineer at the EMI/Abbey Road Studio.
Did the Beatles invent distortion?
According to Geoff Emerick, Lennon had been attempting to create distortion by cranking up his amp during sessions for “Revolution 1,” the slower version of the song, which the Beatles recorded that May and June.
Did the Beatles use reverb?
In addition, in the same set, the Abbey Road Plates (a modified version of the EMT-140) and Abbey Road Chambers offer emulations of the two artificial reverb methods The Beatles were using in the ’60s. Last but not least, another iconic piece of gear used by The Beatles was the Fairchild 660/670 compressor/limiter.
Did the Beatles record to a click track?
Did The Beatles record on a click track? No, never (well, almost never but we’ll get to that). The Beatles first albums were recorded on 2 track machines, then they moved to 4 track around 1964 (I think), and then eventually to 8 track for some parts of the ‘White Album’ and all of ‘Abbey Road’.
What songs did the Beatles steal?
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- 2. “ Come Together”: Chuck Berry, “You Can’t Catch Me”
- 3. “ I Feel Fine”: Bobby Parker, “Watch Your Step”
- 4. “ I Saw Her Standing There”: Chuck Berry, “I’m Talking About You”
- 5. “ Lady Madonna”: Humphrey Lyttelton, “Bad Penny Blues”
Will there ever be another band like the Beatles?
No, there will never be a band as popular as the Beatles. For one thing they were exceptionally good in a time of great music in general.
Are The Beatles alternative rock?
Alternative Rock is a description used for REM and similar that followed in the 1980s, i.e. long after the Beatles had split up, likewise the Beatles are not associated in any way with Metal, Helter Skelter is not ever Heavy Metal.