Laying vocals in Logic Pro X is a multi-step process that involves recording, editing, and mixing. Here are the basic steps:
Connect your microphone to your computer via your audio interface and set up a new audio track in Logic Pro X. Top Tip: The shortcut key to create a new track in Logic Pro X is "Command" + "Option" + "N". This will open the New Tracks dialog box, where you can select the type of track you want to create, such as Audio, MIDI, or Software Instrument. Alternatively, you can use the shortcut "Shift" + "Command" + "N" to create a new empty project.
Adjust the input level so that your vocals are not clipping or distorting.
Record your vocals into the audio track. Make sure to use a pop filter to prevent plosives and sibilance. Top tip: Do not sing too close to your pop filter
Once you have recorded your vocals, listen back to them and edit any mistakes or unwanted sounds using Logic's editing tools.
Use Logic's built-in plugins or third-party plugins to add effects to your vocals, such as reverb, delay, or compression.
Balance the volume of your vocals with the rest of the mix by adjusting the fader for the vocal track.
Use EQ to shape the tone of your vocals and remove any unwanted frequencies that might be causing muddiness or harshness.
Remember, laying vocals in Logic Pro X is a creative process, and there's no one-size-fits-all approach. Experiment with different techniques and settings to find the sound that works best for your project.
I created a video tutorial about this a while ago that will still be useful today, that shows how you can add effects to your vocals. You can watch it below
If you have any further questions, feel free to leave a comment :)