How to learn to reduce tracks
Today, record your own song can practically every PC user, having at hand the microphone. However, the presence of even the most expensive equipment will not save from a complete failure, if the song is not qualitatively reduced.
You will need:
Adobe Audition 3.0 or higher
Instruction how to learn to reduce tracks
For information using Adobe Audition 3.0 or higher. The advantage of this program is that it is very successfully combines the capabilities of software for recording and sound editing for later. There is a handy tool for a few tracks, the ability to not "pull up the volume" leaving in a separate menu, and impose a wide range of filters and effects, which can be easily extended with plugins.
Keep to the main instrumental acapella. Note that standard models of microphones, there is a slight delay when recording, so even if you recorded directly in the medium, it is worth a little move to the left lane (the actual delay time to find out in practice).
Treat a capella. With built-in tools to remove noise: open the corresponding menu, select the empty parts of the recording and press the "read my profile." The program will determine which sounds are foreign and removes them when you apply a profile to the entire a capella completely (ie, if to do the same with no noise and with the letter "a", then all the "a" in the song zaglushat).
Arrange backlinks. Backing vocals - a second soundtrack, which is imposed on the principal only in those locations where a particular increase in the voice (or place meant logically associated with features vocals). Make sure that the backlinks were poorly heard, otherwise they will attract too much attention and spoil the effect. It is necessary to consider a method of recording backlinks: they are usually written single duplicate of the entire verse, but there may be other options.
Save the result in .wav format. Once again, check the volume and sound quality. If desired, further processing is quite possible with the help of filters and effects after saving in a single file the entire record. Listen to the resulting audio on the built-in Windows Media Player, the sound quality is a little change, and gaps in information will be more noticeable.