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    Hi! How can I mix and get the same vocal effects of the song "Memories" by Maroon V? (Reverb, compression, eq)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfigod View Post
    Hi! How can I mix and get the same vocal effects of the song "Memories" by Maroon V? (Reverb, compression, eq)
    Be in Maroon V and have the same producer in the same studio maybe?

    I understand your question, but it is basically impossible to answer.

    Welcome to the forum and realize the fact that it not easy.
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    Sounds like many layers of automation of vocals/verb. The close sounding one is likely a plate verb. There is also a large hall verb coming in and out. It hard to call as it is all over the place with backups and whatever that background noise is.

    Have fun figuring this one out.

    I must ask, why do you ask?
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