18 Ways To Make Your Chorus Bigger

wide load.jpgA recap of our series on making the chorus bigger.

  1. Making The Chorus Bigger: Use A Baritone Guitar
  2. Making The Chorus Bigger: Give It More Kick Drum
  3. Making The Chorus Bigger: Add Ohhs And Ahhs
  4. Making The Chorus Bigger: Make It Wider
  5. Making The Chorus Bigger: Harmonise The Vocal
  6. Making The Chorus Bigger: Layer Another Octave On The Accompaniment Tracks
  7. Making The Chorus Bigger: Put A Pad On It
  8. Making The Chorus Bigger: Add Percussion
  9. Making The Chorus Bigger: Pump Up The Volume
  10. Making The Chorus Bigger: Do An Octave Of The Vocal
  11. Making The Chorus Bigger: Voice The Overdubs With Open Chords
  12. Making The Chorus Bigger: Use Open Chords
  13. Making The Chorus Bigger: Switch Cymbals
  14. Making The Chorus Bigger: Use A Subhit
  15. Making The Chorus Bigger: Double The Vocal
  16. Making The Chorus Bigger: Use A Drop Out
  17. Making The Chorus Bigger: Drop The Bass!
  18. Making The Chorus Bigger: Quadruple Track The Guitars

Jesse Cannon is the editor of Musformation. He produces records at his studio Cannon Found Soundation. Follow him on Twitter at @JesseCannonMusF. For more info please visit his website.