Frank Sinatra – Fly Me To The Moon – Isolated Vocals – Analysis and Tutorial – Record Production

One of the things that was so unique about Frank Sinatra was that he was the master of ad-lib and never sang the same way twice. He would use different phrasing or a different note choice each time he sang.

What other singers can you think of that could just rearrange a melody on the spot like that? Let me know in the comments!

I’ve got Frank’s isolated vocal track from “Fly Me To The Moon” and we’re going to take a look at his unique phrasing and the way he used a lot of ebb and flow in his sound.

As we explore the recording we’ll be hearing an actual orchestra in the background, with Frank singing on top of it, all live. I’ll also show you how to add some subtle effect to help Frank dominate the track over the band.

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