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4 Reasons Why Pro Tools Is The Best DAW For Recording Vocals

You want to do vocal recording and you don’t know which software to use ? I also asked myself this question a few years ago. I chose Pro Tools, and today I don’t regret anything, because it is the best DAW in this field. In this article, I will give you 4 reasons why Pro Tools is the best DAW for recording vocals.

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Pro Tools has been the standard in professional recording studios around the world for many years. None of its competitors has ever been able to compete with the place Avid’s software has in the studio. There are 5 reasons why Pro Tools is the best DAW for recording vocals :

  1. The recording system is instinctive
  2. Its bus system is unbeatable
  3. Its interface allows the user to stay organized
  4. Sessions can be easily sent to professional sound engineers

If you want to learn how to record vocals in Pro Tools, you can read this article about How to Record Vocals In Pro Tools – Quick Guide

1. The recording system is instinctive

With Pro Tools, you don’t have to think very long to figure out how to record. The design and color of the record button is extremely instinctive. Pro Tools also has the advantage of making it easy to record multiple sources at once. Its group, VCA and playlist system will give you unbeatable recording ease.

Some DAWs are designed for production, others for recording and mixing. This is the case for Pro Tools, whose design and interface were made to facilitate recording. The creators of Pro Tools have built all the tools necessary for a smooth and easy recording, why not take advantage of it ?

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2. Pro Tools’ bus system is unbeatable

When you’re recording or mixing a project (both processes are intimately linked), it is essential to have a properly organized session. And an organized session means an advanced and elaborate bus system.

Having used several DAWs in the last few years, you can be sure that Pro Tools will be the most adapted software to make parallel sends, qualitative headphone mixes, practical and efficient aux systems,… Everything you need to record like a pro!

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3. Its interface allows the user to stay organized

The most important thing for a quality recording is to stay organized and structured. Yet many DAWs have their limits when it comes to recording, but Pro Tools has all the tools you need for maximum organization when recording.

Pro Tools Edit Section

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4. Sessions can be easily sent to professional sound engineers

If you want to become a professional in the field of recording, having Pro Tools (and using it) is almost a must. All audio professionals use Pro Tools. If you manage to make a place for yourself in this field, you’ll soon see that any active sound engineer is likely to send or receive sessions. So what better way than to use a software that everyone uses?

For a simple question of saving time, Pro Tools comes first in this field.

Conclusion

If you have serious plans as a sound engineer or just in the recording business, Pro Tools should definitely be on your priority list. Its interface, bus and aux system and design make Pro Tools the best DAW for voice recording. It also has the advantage of being built for recording AND mixing. This will help you complete the entire production process in a single program.

If you have any questions about Pro Tools or anything in the field of music mixing or recording, please contact me, I’m always very happy to help!

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IDeez (real name Gauthier Claude) is the owner and head engineer of IDeez Studio. He has been working as a mixing engineer in pop and hip-hop music for several years and collaborates with many artists and independent labels around the world. His goal is to provide quality online mixing services and to teach, through his blog posts, the principles and techniques of mixing in pop and hip-hop music.

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IDeez is the head sound engineer of IDeez Studio. He studied BA and MA in sound engineering at IAD (Belgium) and has been a specialist in vocal mixing for several years, especially in pop and hip-hop music. His goal is to help artists, rappers and singers in their mixing process through online mixing services, tutorials, blog articles and e-books. Contact him for any information!

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