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Using Nectar Elements in Your Vocal Mixing Workflow

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While Nectar Elements can give you everything you need for pro vocals in seconds, with six under the hood audio processors and intuitive controls, you can also think of Nectar Elements as a kind of secret sauce in a complex vocal chain. It’s already loaded with some of your favorite plugins.

Like on this vocal track. Now, the first thing I have is Ozone 8’s Vintage Tape plugin, next I have the compressor from Neutron 2. I also have two sends, one going to an overdrive. This is the native Logic plugin. Then I have another one adding stereo delay to the vocal, all of which combined, gives a pretty good vocal sound.

[vocals]

Here it is in the mix.

[mix]

Now, I’m going to add Nectar Elements to the end of this chain to help get the vocal to the finish line, so to speak. Call it up here, and I’ll go with a modern vibe. Great vibe for this genre of music, and an intensity of moderate. Now when I press go, Vocal Assistant uses our latest advancements in machine learning to listen to my track and create a custom preset unique to this vocal, which I can further tweak to suit the song.

[mix]

Let’s have a listen to the difference Nectar Elements made after that pass, and we’ll make some tweaks if we need to.

[vocals, before and after Nectar Elements]

So right away, this sounds much brighter, but there’s still a few things I want to change. Now, this vocal is sounding good without any pitch corrections, so I’ll leave it off at zero. I do like where the clarity’s macro slider is at 1, the default, so I’ll leave that there. Clarity by the way helps to suppress any resonance that vocal assistant heard during its pass.

Now, this track isn’t very ess-y or sibilant, so I’m actually going to turn the de-esser down to zero. I’m also going to back off on dynamics a touch, as we already have a compressor from Neutron 2 in the chain. Now I’m really liking the tone, which is our character EQ, so I’ll bring it up even more.

[vocals, adjusting tone]

There, that sounds good. Finally, I’m going to bring up space, the reverb macro, to give these vocals a little air and shimmer. The great thing about this reverb is that it adds just enough reverb to let the vocal breathe, but it doesn’t interfere with the intelligibility of the singer.

So here’s without the reverb.

[vocals, no reverb]

And here’s with it in.

[vocals, with reverb]

Out. And there it is back in. I’m going to leave it at its maximum level of two.

So here’s before we added Nectar Elements to this already powerful vocal chain. First I’ll do it soloed.

[vocals, with and without Nectar Elements]

And here it is in the mix. Again, first before.

[mix, vocals with and without Nectar Elements]

So as you can see, Nectar Elements can be the secret sauce in your complex signal chain, to bring the vocal to the next level. Thank you so much for watching. Check out our other videos on Nectar Elements to learn how to make the most of this plugin in your next session.
While Nectar Elements can give you everything you need for pro vocals in seconds, with six under the hood audio processors and intuitive controls, you can also think of Nectar Elements as a kind of secret sauce in a complex vocal chain. It’s already loaded with some of your favorite plugins.

Like on this vocal track. Now, the first thing I have is Ozone 8’s Vintage Tape plugin, next I have the compressor from Neutron 2. I also have two sends, one going to an overdrive. This is the native Logic plugin. Then I have another one adding stereo delay to the vocal, all of which combined, gives a pretty good vocal sound.

[vocals]

Here it is in the mix.

[mix]

Now, I’m going to add Nectar Elements to the end of this chain to help get the vocal to the finish line, so to speak. Call it up here, and I’ll go with a modern vibe. Great vibe for this genre of music, and an intensity of moderate. Now when I press go, Vocal Assistant uses our latest advancements in machine learning to listen to my track and create a custom preset unique to this vocal, which I can further tweak to suit the song.

[mix]

Let’s have a listen to the difference Nectar Elements made after that pass, and we’ll make some tweaks if we need to.

[vocals, before and after Nectar Elements]

So right away, this sounds much brighter, but there’s still a few things I want to change. Now, this vocal is sounding good without any pitch corrections, so I’ll leave it off at zero. I do like where the clarity’s macro slider is at 1, the default, so I’ll leave that there. Clarity by the way helps to suppress any resonance that vocal assistant heard during its pass.

Now, this track isn’t very ess-y or sibilant, so I’m actually going to turn the de-esser down to zero. I’m also going to back off on dynamics a touch, as we already have a compressor from Neutron 2 in the chain. Now I’m really liking the tone, which is our character EQ, so I’ll bring it up even more.

[vocals, adjusting tone]

There, that sounds good. Finally, I’m going to bring up space, the reverb macro, to give these vocals a little air and shimmer. The great thing about this reverb is that it adds just enough reverb to let the vocal breathe, but it doesn’t interfere with the intelligibility of the singer.

So here’s without the reverb.

[vocals, no reverb]

And here’s with it in.

[vocals, with reverb]

Out. And there it is back in. I’m going to leave it at its maximum level of two.

So here’s before we added Nectar Elements to this already powerful vocal chain. First I’ll do it soloed.

[vocals, with and without Nectar Elements]

And here it is in the mix. Again, first before.

[mix, vocals with and without Nectar Elements]

So as you can see, Nectar Elements can be the secret sauce in your complex signal chain, to bring the vocal to the next level. Thank you so much for watching. Check out our other videos on Nectar Elements to learn how to make the most of this plugin in your next session.
While Nectar Elements can give you everything you need for pro vocals in seconds, with six under the hood audio processors and intuitive controls, you can also think of Nectar Elements as a kind of secret sauce in a complex vocal chain. It’s already loaded with some of your favorite plugins.

Like on this vocal track. Now, the first thing I have is Ozone 8’s Vintage Tape plugin, next I have the compressor from Neutron 2. I also have two sends, one going to an overdrive. This is the native Logic plugin. Then I have another one adding stereo delay to the vocal, all of which combined, gives a pretty good vocal sound.

[vocals]

Here it is in the mix.

[mix]

Now, I’m going to add Nectar Elements to the end of this chain to help get the vocal to the finish line, so to speak. Call it up here, and I’ll go with a modern vibe. Great vibe for this genre of music, and an intensity of moderate. Now when I press go, Vocal Assistant uses our latest advancements in machine learning to listen to my track and create a custom preset unique to this vocal, which I can further tweak to suit the song.

[mix]

Let’s have a listen to the difference Nectar Elements made after that pass, and we’ll make some tweaks if we need to.

[vocals, before and after Nectar Elements]

So right away, this sounds much brighter, but there’s still a few things I want to change. Now, this vocal is sounding good without any pitch corrections, so I’ll leave it off at zero. I do like where the clarity’s macro slider is at 1, the default, so I’ll leave that there. Clarity by the way helps to suppress any resonance that vocal assistant heard during its pass.

Now, this track isn’t very ess-y or sibilant, so I’m actually going to turn the de-esser down to zero. I’m also going to back off on dynamics a touch, as we already have a compressor from Neutron 2 in the chain. Now I’m really liking the tone, which is our character EQ, so I’ll bring it up even more.

[vocals, adjusting tone]

There, that sounds good. Finally, I’m going to bring up space, the reverb macro, to give these vocals a little air and shimmer. The great thing about this reverb is that it adds just enough reverb to let the vocal breathe, but it doesn’t interfere with the intelligibility of the singer.

So here’s without the reverb.

[vocals, no reverb]

And here’s with it in.

[vocals, with reverb]

Out. And there it is back in. I’m going to leave it at its maximum level of two.

So here’s before we added Nectar Elements to this already powerful vocal chain. First I’ll do it soloed.

[vocals, with and without Nectar Elements]

And here it is in the mix. Again, first before.

[mix, vocals with and without Nectar Elements]

So as you can see, Nectar Elements can be the secret sauce in your complex signal chain, to bring the vocal to the next level. Thank you so much for watching. Check out our other videos on Nectar Elements to learn how to make the most of this plugin in your next session.
While Nectar Elements can give you everything you need for pro vocals in seconds, with six under the hood audio processors and intuitive controls, you can also think of Nectar Elements as a kind of secret sauce in a complex vocal chain. It’s already loaded with some of your favorite plugins.

Like on this vocal track. Now, the first thing I have is Ozone 8’s Vintage Tape plugin, next I have the compressor from Neutron 2. I also have two sends, one going to an overdrive. This is the native Logic plugin. Then I have another one adding stereo delay to the vocal, all of which combined, gives a pretty good vocal sound.

[vocals]

Here it is in the mix.

[mix]

Now, I’m going to add Nectar Elements to the end of this chain to help get the vocal to the finish line, so to speak. Call it up here, and I’ll go with a modern vibe. Great vibe for this genre of music, and an intensity of moderate. Now when I press go, Vocal Assistant uses our latest advancements in machine learning to listen to my track and create a custom preset unique to this vocal, which I can further tweak to suit the song.

[mix]

Let’s have a listen to the difference Nectar Elements made after that pass, and we’ll make some tweaks if we need to.

[vocals, before and after Nectar Elements]

So right away, this sounds much brighter, but there’s still a few things I want to change. Now, this vocal is sounding good without any pitch corrections, so I’ll leave it off at zero. I do like where the clarity’s macro slider is at 1, the default, so I’ll leave that there. Clarity by the way helps to suppress any resonance that vocal assistant heard during its pass.

Now, this track isn’t very ess-y or sibilant, so I’m actually going to turn the de-esser down to zero. I’m also going to back off on dynamics a touch, as we already have a compressor from Neutron 2 in the chain. Now I’m really liking the tone, which is our character EQ, so I’ll bring it up even more.

[vocals, adjusting tone]

There, that sounds good. Finally, I’m going to bring up space, the reverb macro, to give these vocals a little air and shimmer. The great thing about this reverb is that it adds just enough reverb to let the vocal breathe, but it doesn’t interfere with the intelligibility of the singer.

So here’s without the reverb.

[vocals, no reverb]

And here’s with it in.

[vocals, with reverb]

Out. And there it is back in. I’m going to leave it at its maximum level of two.

So here’s before we added Nectar Elements to this already powerful vocal chain. First I’ll do it soloed.

[vocals, with and without Nectar Elements]

And here it is in the mix. Again, first before.

[mix, vocals with and without Nectar Elements]

So as you can see, Nectar Elements can be the secret sauce in your complex signal chain, to bring the vocal to the next level. Thank you so much for watching. Check out our other videos on Nectar Elements to learn how to make the most of this plugin in your next session.
While Nectar Elements can give you everything you need for pro vocals in seconds, with six under the hood audio processors and intuitive controls, you can also think of Nectar Elements as a kind of secret sauce in a complex vocal chain. It’s already loaded with some of your favorite plugins.

Like on this vocal track. Now, the first thing I have is Ozone 8’s Vintage Tape plugin, next I have the compressor from Neutron 2. I also have two sends, one going to an overdrive. This is the native Logic plugin. Then I have another one adding stereo delay to the vocal, all of which combined, gives a pretty good vocal sound.

[vocals]

Here it is in the mix.

[mix]

Now, I’m going to add Nectar Elements to the end of this chain to help get the vocal to the finish line, so to speak. Call it up here, and I’ll go with a modern vibe. Great vibe for this genre of music, and an intensity of moderate. Now when I press go, Vocal Assistant uses our latest advancements in machine learning to listen to my track and create a custom preset unique to this vocal, which I can further tweak to suit the song.

[mix]

Let’s have a listen to the difference Nectar Elements made after that pass, and we’ll make some tweaks if we need to.

[vocals, before and after Nectar Elements]

So right away, this sounds much brighter, but there’s still a few things I want to change. Now, this vocal is sounding good without any pitch corrections, so I’ll leave it off at zero. I do like where the clarity’s macro slider is at 1, the default, so I’ll leave that there. Clarity by the way helps to suppress any resonance that vocal assistant heard during its pass.

Now, this track isn’t very ess-y or sibilant, so I’m actually going to turn the de-esser down to zero. I’m also going to back off on dynamics a touch, as we already have a compressor from Neutron 2 in the chain. Now I’m really liking the tone, which is our character EQ, so I’ll bring it up even more.

[vocals, adjusting tone]

There, that sounds good. Finally, I’m going to bring up space, the reverb macro, to give these vocals a little air and shimmer. The great thing about this reverb is that it adds just enough reverb to let the vocal breathe, but it doesn’t interfere with the intelligibility of the singer.

So here’s without the reverb.

[vocals, no reverb]

And here’s with it in.

[vocals, with reverb]

Out. And there it is back in. I’m going to leave it at its maximum level of two.

So here’s before we added Nectar Elements to this already powerful vocal chain. First I’ll do it soloed.

[vocals, with and without Nectar Elements]

And here it is in the mix. Again, first before.

[mix, vocals with and without Nectar Elements]

So as you can see, Nectar Elements can be the secret sauce in your complex signal chain, to bring the vocal to the next level. Thank you so much for watching. Check out our other videos on Nectar Elements to learn how to make the most of this plugin in your next session.
While Nectar Elements can give you everything you need for pro vocals in seconds, with six under the hood audio processors and intuitive controls, you can also think of Nectar Elements as a kind of secret sauce in a complex vocal chain. It’s already loaded with some of your favorite plugins.

Like on this vocal track. Now, the first thing I have is Ozone 8’s Vintage Tape plugin, next I have the compressor from Neutron 2. I also have two sends, one going to an overdrive. This is the native Logic plugin. Then I have another one adding stereo delay to the vocal, all of which combined, gives a pretty good vocal sound.

[vocals]

Here it is in the mix.

[mix]

Now, I’m going to add Nectar Elements to the end of this chain to help get the vocal to the finish line, so to speak. Call it up here, and I’ll go with a modern vibe. Great vibe for this genre of music, and an intensity of moderate. Now when I press go, Vocal Assistant uses our latest advancements in machine learning to listen to my track and create a custom preset unique to this vocal, which I can further tweak to suit the song.

[mix]

Let’s have a listen to the difference Nectar Elements made after that pass, and we’ll make some tweaks if we need to.

[vocals, before and after Nectar Elements]

So right away, this sounds much brighter, but there’s still a few things I want to change. Now, this vocal is sounding good without any pitch corrections, so I’ll leave it off at zero. I do like where the clarity’s macro slider is at 1, the default, so I’ll leave that there. Clarity by the way helps to suppress any resonance that vocal assistant heard during its pass.

Now, this track isn’t very ess-y or sibilant, so I’m actually going to turn the de-esser down to zero. I’m also going to back off on dynamics a touch, as we already have a compressor from Neutron 2 in the chain. Now I’m really liking the tone, which is our character EQ, so I’ll bring it up even more.

[vocals, adjusting tone]

There, that sounds good. Finally, I’m going to bring up space, the reverb macro, to give these vocals a little air and shimmer. The great thing about this reverb is that it adds just enough reverb to let the vocal breathe, but it doesn’t interfere with the intelligibility of the singer.

So here’s without the reverb.

[vocals, no reverb]

And here’s with it in.

[vocals, with reverb]

Out. And there it is back in. I’m going to leave it at its maximum level of two.

So here’s before we added Nectar Elements to this already powerful vocal chain. First I’ll do it soloed.

[vocals, with and without Nectar Elements]

And here it is in the mix. Again, first before.

[mix, vocals with and without Nectar Elements]

So as you can see, Nectar Elements can be the secret sauce in your complex signal chain, to bring the vocal to the next level. Thank you so much for watching. Check out our other videos on Nectar Elements to learn how to make the most of this plugin in your next session.
While Nectar Elements can give you everything you need for pro vocals in seconds, with six under the hood audio processors and intuitive controls, you can also think of Nectar Elements as a kind of secret sauce in a complex vocal chain. It’s already loaded with some of your favorite plugins.

Like on this vocal track. Now, the first thing I have is Ozone 8’s Vintage Tape plugin, next I have the compressor from Neutron 2. I also have two sends, one going to an overdrive. This is the native Logic plugin. Then I have another one adding stereo delay to the vocal, all of which combined, gives a pretty good vocal sound.

[vocals]

Here it is in the mix.

[mix]

Now, I’m going to add Nectar Elements to the end of this chain to help get the vocal to the finish line, so to speak. Call it up here, and I’ll go with a modern vibe. Great vibe for this genre of music, and an intensity of moderate. Now when I press go, Vocal Assistant uses our latest advancements in machine learning to listen to my track and create a custom preset unique to this vocal, which I can further tweak to suit the song.

[mix]

Let’s have a listen to the difference Nectar Elements made after that pass, and we’ll make some tweaks if we need to.

[vocals, before and after Nectar Elements]

So right away, this sounds much brighter, but there’s still a few things I want to change. Now, this vocal is sounding good without any pitch corrections, so I’ll leave it off at zero. I do like where the clarity’s macro slider is at 1, the default, so I’ll leave that there. Clarity by the way helps to suppress any resonance that vocal assistant heard during its pass.

Now, this track isn’t very ess-y or sibilant, so I’m actually going to turn the de-esser down to zero. I’m also going to back off on dynamics a touch, as we already have a compressor from Neutron 2 in the chain. Now I’m really liking the tone, which is our character EQ, so I’ll bring it up even more.

[vocals, adjusting tone]

There, that sounds good. Finally, I’m going to bring up space, the reverb macro, to give these vocals a little air and shimmer. The great thing about this reverb is that it adds just enough reverb to let the vocal breathe, but it doesn’t interfere with the intelligibility of the singer.

So here’s without the reverb.

[vocals, no reverb]

And here’s with it in.

[vocals, with reverb]

Out. And there it is back in. I’m going to leave it at its maximum level of two.

So here’s before we added Nectar Elements to this already powerful vocal chain. First I’ll do it soloed.

[vocals, with and without Nectar Elements]

And here it is in the mix. Again, first before.

[mix, vocals with and without Nectar Elements]

So as you can see, Nectar Elements can be the secret sauce in your complex signal chain, to bring the vocal to the next level. Thank you so much for watching. Check out our other videos on Nectar Elements to learn how to make the most of this plugin in your next session.
While Nectar Elements can give you everything you need for pro vocals in seconds, with six under the hood audio processors and intuitive controls, you can also think of Nectar Elements as a kind of secret sauce in a complex vocal chain. It’s already loaded with some of your favorite plugins.

Like on this vocal track. Now, the first thing I have is Ozone 8’s Vintage Tape plugin, next I have the compressor from Neutron 2. I also have two sends, one going to an overdrive. This is the native Logic plugin. Then I have another one adding stereo delay to the vocal, all of which combined, gives a pretty good vocal sound.

[vocals]

Here it is in the mix.

[mix]

Now, I’m going to add Nectar Elements to the end of this chain to help get the vocal to the finish line, so to speak. Call it up here, and I’ll go with a modern vibe. Great vibe for this genre of music, and an intensity of moderate. Now when I press go, Vocal Assistant uses our latest advancements in machine learning to listen to my track and create a custom preset unique to this vocal, which I can further tweak to suit the song.

[mix]

Let’s have a listen to the difference Nectar Elements made after that pass, and we’ll make some tweaks if we need to.

[vocals, before and after Nectar Elements]

So right away, this sounds much brighter, but there’s still a few things I want to change. Now, this vocal is sounding good without any pitch corrections, so I’ll leave it off at zero. I do like where the clarity’s macro slider is at 1, the default, so I’ll leave that there. Clarity by the way helps to suppress any resonance that vocal assistant heard during its pass.

Now, this track isn’t very ess-y or sibilant, so I’m actually going to turn the de-esser down to zero. I’m also going to back off on dynamics a touch, as we already have a compressor from Neutron 2 in the chain. Now I’m really liking the tone, which is our character EQ, so I’ll bring it up even more.

[vocals, adjusting tone]

There, that sounds good. Finally, I’m going to bring up space, the reverb macro, to give these vocals a little air and shimmer. The great thing about this reverb is that it adds just enough reverb to let the vocal breathe, but it doesn’t interfere with the intelligibility of the singer.

So here’s without the reverb.

[vocals, no reverb]

And here’s with it in.

[vocals, with reverb]

Out. And there it is back in. I’m going to leave it at its maximum level of two.

So here’s before we added Nectar Elements to this already powerful vocal chain. First I’ll do it soloed.

[vocals, with and without Nectar Elements]

And here it is in the mix. Again, first before.

[mix, vocals with and without Nectar Elements]

So as you can see, Nectar Elements can be the secret sauce in your complex signal chain, to bring the vocal to the next level. Thank you so much for watching. Check out our other videos on Nectar Elements to learn how to make the most of this plugin in your next session.
While Nectar Elements can give you everything you need for pro vocals in seconds, with six under the hood audio processors and intuitive controls, you can also think of Nectar Elements as a kind of secret sauce in a complex vocal chain. It’s already loaded with some of your favorite plugins.

Like on this vocal track. Now, the first thing I have is Ozone 8’s Vintage Tape plugin, next I have the compressor from Neutron 2. I also have two sends, one going to an overdrive. This is the native Logic plugin. Then I have another one adding stereo delay to the vocal, all of which combined, gives a pretty good vocal sound.

[vocals]

Here it is in the mix.

[mix]

Now, I’m going to add Nectar Elements to the end of this chain to help get the vocal to the finish line, so to speak. Call it up here, and I’ll go with a modern vibe. Great vibe for this genre of music, and an intensity of moderate. Now when I press go, Vocal Assistant uses our latest advancements in machine learning to listen to my track and create a custom preset unique to this vocal, which I can further tweak to suit the song.

[mix]

Let’s have a listen to the difference Nectar Elements made after that pass, and we’ll make some tweaks if we need to.

[vocals, before and after Nectar Elements]

So right away, this sounds much brighter, but there’s still a few things I want to change. Now, this vocal is sounding good without any pitch corrections, so I’ll leave it off at zero. I do like where the clarity’s macro slider is at 1, the default, so I’ll leave that there. Clarity by the way helps to suppress any resonance that vocal assistant heard during its pass.

Now, this track isn’t very ess-y or sibilant, so I’m actually going to turn the de-esser down to zero. I’m also going to back off on dynamics a touch, as we already have a compressor from Neutron 2 in the chain. Now I’m really liking the tone, which is our character EQ, so I’ll bring it up even more.

[vocals, adjusting tone]

There, that sounds good. Finally, I’m going to bring up space, the reverb macro, to give these vocals a little air and shimmer. The great thing about this reverb is that it adds just enough reverb to let the vocal breathe, but it doesn’t interfere with the intelligibility of the singer.

So here’s without the reverb.

[vocals, no reverb]

And here’s with it in.

[vocals, with reverb]

Out. And there it is back in. I’m going to leave it at its maximum level of two.

So here’s before we added Nectar Elements to this already powerful vocal chain. First I’ll do it soloed.

[vocals, with and without Nectar Elements]

And here it is in the mix. Again, first before.

[mix, vocals with and without Nectar Elements]

So as you can see, Nectar Elements can be the secret sauce in your complex signal chain, to bring the vocal to the next level. Thank you so much for watching. Check out our other videos on Nectar Elements to learn how to make the most of this plugin in your next session.
While Nectar Elements can give you everything you need for pro vocals in seconds, with six under the hood audio processors and intuitive controls, you can also think of Nectar Elements as a kind of secret sauce in a complex vocal chain. It’s already loaded with some of your favorite plugins.

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Like on this vocal track. Now, the first thing I have is Ozone 8’s Vintage Tape plugin, next I have the compressor from Neutron 2. I also have two sends, one going to an overdrive. This is the native Logic plugin. Then I have another one adding stereo delay to the vocal, all of which combined, gives a pretty good vocal sound.

[vocals]

Here it is in the mix.

[mix]

Now, I’m going to add Nectar Elements to the end of this chain to help get the vocal to the finish line, so to speak. Call it up here, and I’ll go with a modern vibe. Great vibe for this genre of music, and an intensity of moderate. Now when I press go, Vocal Assistant uses our latest advancements in machine learning to listen to my track and create a custom preset unique to this vocal, which I can further tweak to suit the song.

[mix]

Let’s have a listen to the difference Nectar Elements made after that pass, and we’ll make some tweaks if we need to.

[vocals, before and after Nectar Elements]

So right away, this sounds much brighter, but there’s still a few things I want to change. Now, this vocal is sounding good without any pitch corrections, so I’ll leave it off at zero. I do like where the clarity’s macro slider is at 1, the default, so I’ll leave that there. Clarity by the way helps to suppress any resonance that vocal assistant heard during its pass.

Now, this track isn’t very ess-y or sibilant, so I’m actually going to turn the de-esser down to zero. I’m also going to back off on dynamics a touch, as we already have a compressor from Neutron 2 in the chain. Now I’m really liking the tone, which is our character EQ, so I’ll bring it up even more.

[vocals, adjusting tone]

There, that sounds good. Finally, I’m going to bring up space, the reverb macro, to give these vocals a little air and shimmer. The great thing about this reverb is that it adds just enough reverb to let the vocal breathe, but it doesn’t interfere with the intelligibility of the singer.

So here’s without the reverb.

[vocals, no reverb]

And here’s with it in.

[vocals, with reverb]

Out. And there it is back in. I’m going to leave it at its maximum level of two.

So here’s before we added Nectar Elements to this already powerful vocal chain. First I’ll do it soloed.

[vocals, with and without Nectar Elements]

And here it is in the mix. Again, first before.

[mix, vocals with and without Nectar Elements]

So as you can see, Nectar Elements can be the secret sauce in your complex signal chain, to bring the vocal to the next level. Thank you so much for watching. Check out our other videos on Nectar Elements to learn how to make the most of this plugin in your next session.
While Nectar Elements can give you everything you need for pro vocals in seconds, with six under the hood audio processors and intuitive controls, you can also think of Nectar Elements as a kind of secret sauce in a complex vocal chain. It’s already loaded with some of your favorite plugins.

Like on this vocal track. Now, the first thing I have is Ozone 8’s Vintage Tape plugin, next I have the compressor from Neutron 2. I also have two sends, one going to an overdrive. This is the native Logic plugin. Then I have another one adding stereo delay to the vocal, all of which combined, gives a pretty good vocal sound.

[vocals]

Here it is in the mix.

[mix]

Now, I’m going to add Nectar Elements to the end of this chain to help get the vocal to the finish line, so to speak. Call it up here, and I’ll go with a modern vibe. Great vibe for this genre of music, and an intensity of moderate. Now when I press go, Vocal Assistant uses our latest advancements in machine learning to listen to my track and create a custom preset unique to this vocal, which I can further tweak to suit the song.

[mix]

Let’s have a listen to the difference Nectar Elements made after that pass, and we’ll make some tweaks if we need to.

[vocals, before and after Nectar Elements]

So right away, this sounds much brighter, but there’s still a few things I want to change. Now, this vocal is sounding good without any pitch corrections, so I’ll leave it off at zero. I do like where the clarity’s macro slider is at 1, the default, so I’ll leave that there. Clarity by the way helps to suppress any resonance that vocal assistant heard during its pass.

Now, this track isn’t very ess-y or sibilant, so I’m actually going to turn the de-esser down to zero. I’m also going to back off on dynamics a touch, as we already have a compressor from Neutron 2 in the chain. Now I’m really liking the tone, which is our character EQ, so I’ll bring it up even more.

[vocals, adjusting tone]

There, that sounds good. Finally, I’m going to bring up space, the reverb macro, to give these vocals a little air and shimmer. The great thing about this reverb is that it adds just enough reverb to let the vocal breathe, but it doesn’t interfere with the intelligibility of the singer.

So here’s without the reverb.

[vocals, no reverb]

And here’s with it in.

[vocals, with reverb]

Out. And there it is back in. I’m going to leave it at its maximum level of two.

So here’s before we added Nectar Elements to this already powerful vocal chain. First I’ll do it soloed.

[vocals, with and without Nectar Elements]

And here it is in the mix. Again, first before.

[mix, vocals with and without Nectar Elements]

So as you can see, Nectar Elements can be the secret sauce in your complex signal chain, to bring the vocal to the next level. Thank you so much for watching. Check out our other videos on Nectar Elements to learn how to make the most of this plugin in your next session.
While Nectar Elements can give you everything you need for pro vocals in seconds, with six under the hood audio processors and intuitive controls, you can also think of Nectar Elements as a kind of secret sauce in a complex vocal chain. It’s already loaded with some of your favorite plugins.

Like on this vocal track. Now, the first thing I have is Ozone 8’s Vintage Tape plugin, next I have the compressor from Neutron 2. I also have two sends, one going to an overdrive. This is the native Logic plugin. Then I have another one adding stereo delay to the vocal, all of which combined, gives a pretty good vocal sound.

[vocals]

Here it is in the mix.

[mix]

Now, I’m going to add Nectar Elements to the end of this chain to help get the vocal to the finish line, so to speak. Call it up here, and I’ll go with a modern vibe. Great vibe for this genre of music, and an intensity of moderate. Now when I press go, Vocal Assistant uses our latest advancements in machine learning to listen to my track and create a custom preset unique to this vocal, which I can further tweak to suit the song.

[mix]

Let’s have a listen to the difference Nectar Elements made after that pass, and we’ll make some tweaks if we need to.

[vocals, before and after Nectar Elements]

So right away, this sounds much brighter, but there’s still a few things I want to change. Now, this vocal is sounding good without any pitch corrections, so I’ll leave it off at zero. I do like where the clarity’s macro slider is at 1, the default, so I’ll leave that there. Clarity by the way helps to suppress any resonance that vocal assistant heard during its pass.

Now, this track isn’t very ess-y or sibilant, so I’m actually going to turn the de-esser down to zero. I’m also going to back off on dynamics a touch, as we already have a compressor from Neutron 2 in the chain. Now I’m really liking the tone, which is our character EQ, so I’ll bring it up even more.

[vocals, adjusting tone]

There, that sounds good. Finally, I’m going to bring up space, the reverb macro, to give these vocals a little air and shimmer. The great thing about this reverb is that it adds just enough reverb to let the vocal breathe, but it doesn’t interfere with the intelligibility of the singer.

So here’s without the reverb.

[vocals, no reverb]

And here’s with it in.

[vocals, with reverb]

Out. And there it is back in. I’m going to leave it at its maximum level of two.

So here’s before we added Nectar Elements to this already powerful vocal chain. First I’ll do it soloed.

[vocals, with and without Nectar Elements]

And here it is in the mix. Again, first before.

[mix, vocals with and without Nectar Elements]

So as you can see, Nectar Elements can be the secret sauce in your complex signal chain, to bring the vocal to the next level. Thank you so much for watching. Check out our other videos on Nectar Elements to learn how to make the most of this plugin in your next session.
While Nectar Elements can give you everything you need for pro vocals in seconds, with six under the hood audio processors and intuitive controls, you can also think of Nectar Elements as a kind of secret sauce in a complex vocal chain. It’s already loaded with some of your favorite plugins.

Like on this vocal track. Now, the first thing I have is Ozone 8’s Vintage Tape plugin, next I have the compressor from Neutron 2. I also have two sends, one going to an overdrive. This is the native Logic plugin. Then I have another one adding stereo delay to the vocal, all of which combined, gives a pretty good vocal sound.

[vocals]

Here it is in the mix.

[mix]

Now, I’m going to add Nectar Elements to the end of this chain to help get the vocal to the finish line, so to speak. Call it up here, and I’ll go with a modern vibe. Great vibe for this genre of music, and an intensity of moderate. Now when I press go, Vocal Assistant uses our latest advancements in machine learning to listen to my track and create a custom preset unique to this vocal, which I can further tweak to suit the song.

[mix]

Let’s have a listen to the difference Nectar Elements made after that pass, and we’ll make some tweaks if we need to.

[vocals, before and after Nectar Elements]

So right away, this sounds much brighter, but there’s still a few things I want to change. Now, this vocal is sounding good without any pitch corrections, so I’ll leave it off at zero. I do like where the clarity’s macro slider is at 1, the default, so I’ll leave that there. Clarity by the way helps to suppress any resonance that vocal assistant heard during its pass.

Now, this track isn’t very ess-y or sibilant, so I’m actually going to turn the de-esser down to zero. I’m also going to back off on dynamics a touch, as we already have a compressor from Neutron 2 in the chain. Now I’m really liking the tone, which is our character EQ, so I’ll bring it up even more.

[vocals, adjusting tone]

There, that sounds good. Finally, I’m going to bring up space, the reverb macro, to give these vocals a little air and shimmer. The great thing about this reverb is that it adds just enough reverb to let the vocal breathe, but it doesn’t interfere with the intelligibility of the singer.

So here’s without the reverb.

[vocals, no reverb]

And here’s with it in.

[vocals, with reverb]

Out. And there it is back in. I’m going to leave it at its maximum level of two.

So here’s before we added Nectar Elements to this already powerful vocal chain. First I’ll do it soloed.

[vocals, with and without Nectar Elements]

And here it is in the mix. Again, first before.

[mix, vocals with and without Nectar Elements]

So as you can see, Nectar Elements can be the secret sauce in your complex signal chain, to bring the vocal to the next level. Thank you so much for watching. Check out our other videos on Nectar Elements to learn how to make the most of this plugin in your next session.
While Nectar Elements can give you everything you need for pro vocals in seconds, with six under the hood audio processors and intuitive controls, you can also think of Nectar Elements as a kind of secret sauce in a complex vocal chain. It’s already loaded with some of your favorite plugins.

Like on this vocal track. Now, the first thing I have is Ozone 8’s Vintage Tape plugin, next I have the compressor from Neutron 2. I also have two sends, one going to an overdrive. This is the native Logic plugin. Then I have another one adding stereo delay to the vocal, all of which combined, gives a pretty good vocal sound.

[vocals]

Here it is in the mix.

[mix]

Now, I’m going to add Nectar Elements to the end of this chain to help get the vocal to the finish line, so to speak. Call it up here, and I’ll go with a modern vibe. Great vibe for this genre of music, and an intensity of moderate. Now when I press go, Vocal Assistant uses our latest advancements in machine learning to listen to my track and create a custom preset unique to this vocal, which I can further tweak to suit the song.

[mix]

Let’s have a listen to the difference Nectar Elements made after that pass, and we’ll make some tweaks if we need to.

[vocals, before and after Nectar Elements]

So right away, this sounds much brighter, but there’s still a few things I want to change. Now, this vocal is sounding good without any pitch corrections, so I’ll leave it off at zero. I do like where the clarity’s macro slider is at 1, the default, so I’ll leave that there. Clarity by the way helps to suppress any resonance that vocal assistant heard during its pass.

Now, this track isn’t very ess-y or sibilant, so I’m actually going to turn the de-esser down to zero. I’m also going to back off on dynamics a touch, as we already have a compressor from Neutron 2 in the chain. Now I’m really liking the tone, which is our character EQ, so I’ll bring it up even more.

[vocals, adjusting tone]

There, that sounds good. Finally, I’m going to bring up space, the reverb macro, to give these vocals a little air and shimmer. The great thing about this reverb is that it adds just enough reverb to let the vocal breathe, but it doesn’t interfere with the intelligibility of the singer.

So here’s without the reverb.

[vocals, no reverb]

And here’s with it in.

[vocals, with reverb]

Out. And there it is back in. I’m going to leave it at its maximum level of two.

So here’s before we added Nectar Elements to this already powerful vocal chain. First I’ll do it soloed.

[vocals, with and without Nectar Elements]

And here it is in the mix. Again, first before.

[mix, vocals with and without Nectar Elements]

So as you can see, Nectar Elements can be the secret sauce in your complex signal chain, to bring the vocal to the next level. Thank you so much for watching. Check out our other videos on Nectar Elements to learn how to make the most of this plugin in your next session.
While Nectar Elements can give you everything you need for pro vocals in seconds, with six under the hood audio processors and intuitive controls, you can also think of Nectar Elements as a kind of secret sauce in a complex vocal chain. It’s already loaded with some of your favorite plugins.

Like on this vocal track. Now, the first thing I have is Ozone 8’s Vintage Tape plugin, next I have the compressor from Neutron 2. I also have two sends, one going to an overdrive. This is the native Logic plugin. Then I have another one adding stereo delay to the vocal, all of which combined, gives a pretty good vocal sound.

[vocals]

Here it is in the mix.

[mix]

Now, I’m going to add Nectar Elements to the end of this chain to help get the vocal to the finish line, so to speak. Call it up here, and I’ll go with a modern vibe. Great vibe for this genre of music, and an intensity of moderate. Now when I press go, Vocal Assistant uses our latest advancements in machine learning to listen to my track and create a custom preset unique to this vocal, which I can further tweak to suit the song.

[mix]

Let’s have a listen to the difference Nectar Elements made after that pass, and we’ll make some tweaks if we need to.

[vocals, before and after Nectar Elements]

So right away, this sounds much brighter, but there’s still a few things I want to change. Now, this vocal is sounding good without any pitch corrections, so I’ll leave it off at zero. I do like where the clarity’s macro slider is at 1, the default, so I’ll leave that there. Clarity by the way helps to suppress any resonance that vocal assistant heard during its pass.

Now, this track isn’t very ess-y or sibilant, so I’m actually going to turn the de-esser down to zero. I’m also going to back off on dynamics a touch, as we already have a compressor from Neutron 2 in the chain. Now I’m really liking the tone, which is our character EQ, so I’ll bring it up even more.

[vocals, adjusting tone]

There, that sounds good. Finally, I’m going to bring up space, the reverb macro, to give these vocals a little air and shimmer. The great thing about this reverb is that it adds just enough reverb to let the vocal breathe, but it doesn’t interfere with the intelligibility of the singer.

So here’s without the reverb.

[vocals, no reverb]

And here’s with it in.

[vocals, with reverb]

Out. And there it is back in. I’m going to leave it at its maximum level of two.

So here’s before we added Nectar Elements to this already powerful vocal chain. First I’ll do it soloed.

[vocals, with and without Nectar Elements]

And here it is in the mix. Again, first before.

[mix, vocals with and without Nectar Elements]

So as you can see, Nectar Elements can be the secret sauce in your complex signal chain, to bring the vocal to the next level. Thank you so much for watching. Check out our other videos on Nectar Elements to learn how to make the most of this plugin in your next session.
While Nectar Elements can give you everything you need for pro vocals in seconds, with six under the hood audio processors and intuitive controls, you can also think of Nectar Elements as a kind of secret sauce in a complex vocal chain. It’s already loaded with some of your favorite plugins.

Like on this vocal track. Now, the first thing I have is Ozone 8’s Vintage Tape plugin, next I have the compressor from Neutron 2. I also have two sends, one going to an overdrive. This is the native Logic plugin. Then I have another one adding stereo delay to the vocal, all of which combined, gives a pretty good vocal sound.

[vocals]

Here it is in the mix.

[mix]

Now, I’m going to add Nectar Elements to the end of this chain to help get the vocal to the finish line, so to speak. Call it up here, and I’ll go with a modern vibe. Great vibe for this genre of music, and an intensity of moderate. Now when I press go, Vocal Assistant uses our latest advancements in machine learning to listen to my track and create a custom preset unique to this vocal, which I can further tweak to suit the song.

[mix]

Let’s have a listen to the difference Nectar Elements made after that pass, and we’ll make some tweaks if we need to.

[vocals, before and after Nectar Elements]

So right away, this sounds much brighter, but there’s still a few things I want to change. Now, this vocal is sounding good without any pitch corrections, so I’ll leave it off at zero. I do like where the clarity’s macro slider is at 1, the default, so I’ll leave that there. Clarity by the way helps to suppress any resonance that vocal assistant heard during its pass.

Now, this track isn’t very ess-y or sibilant, so I’m actually going to turn the de-esser down to zero. I’m also going to back off on dynamics a touch, as we already have a compressor from Neutron 2 in the chain. Now I’m really liking the tone, which is our character EQ, so I’ll bring it up even more.

[vocals, adjusting tone]

There, that sounds good. Finally, I’m going to bring up space, the reverb macro, to give these vocals a little air and shimmer. The great thing about this reverb is that it adds just enough reverb to let the vocal breathe, but it doesn’t interfere with the intelligibility of the singer.

So here’s without the reverb.

[vocals, no reverb]

And here’s with it in.

[vocals, with reverb]

Out. And there it is back in. I’m going to leave it at its maximum level of two.

So here’s before we added Nectar Elements to this already powerful vocal chain. First I’ll do it soloed.

[vocals, with and without Nectar Elements]

And here it is in the mix. Again, first before.

[mix, vocals with and without Nectar Elements]

So as you can see, Nectar Elements can be the secret sauce in your complex signal chain, to bring the vocal to the next level. Thank you so much for watching. Check out our other videos on Nectar Elements to learn how to make the most of this plugin in your next session.
While Nectar Elements can give you everything you need for pro vocals in seconds, with six under the hood audio processors and intuitive controls, you can also think of Nectar Elements as a kind of secret sauce in a complex vocal chain. It’s already loaded with some of your favorite plugins.

Like on this vocal track. Now, the first thing I have is Ozone 8’s Vintage Tape plugin, next I have the compressor from Neutron 2. I also have two sends, one going to an overdrive. This is the native Logic plugin. Then I have another one adding stereo delay to the vocal, all of which combined, gives a pretty good vocal sound.

[vocals]

Here it is in the mix.

[mix]

Now, I’m going to add Nectar Elements to the end of this chain to help get the vocal to the finish line, so to speak. Call it up here, and I’ll go with a modern vibe. Great vibe for this genre of music, and an intensity of moderate. Now when I press go, Vocal Assistant uses our latest advancements in machine learning to listen to my track and create a custom preset unique to this vocal, which I can further tweak to suit the song.

[mix]

Let’s have a listen to the difference Nectar Elements made after that pass, and we’ll make some tweaks if we need to.

[vocals, before and after Nectar Elements]

So right away, this sounds much brighter, but there’s still a few things I want to change. Now, this vocal is sounding good without any pitch corrections, so I’ll leave it off at zero. I do like where the clarity’s macro slider is at 1, the default, so I’ll leave that there. Clarity by the way helps to suppress any resonance that vocal assistant heard during its pass.

Now, this track isn’t very ess-y or sibilant, so I’m actually going to turn the de-esser down to zero. I’m also going to back off on dynamics a touch, as we already have a compressor from Neutron 2 in the chain. Now I’m really liking the tone, which is our character EQ, so I’ll bring it up even more.

[vocals, adjusting tone]

There, that sounds good. Finally, I’m going to bring up space, the reverb macro, to give these vocals a little air and shimmer. The great thing about this reverb is that it adds just enough reverb to let the vocal breathe, but it doesn’t interfere with the intelligibility of the singer.

So here’s without the reverb.

[vocals, no reverb]

And here’s with it in.

[vocals, with reverb]

Out. And there it is back in. I’m going to leave it at its maximum level of two.

So here’s before we added Nectar Elements to this already powerful vocal chain. First I’ll do it soloed.

[vocals, with and without Nectar Elements]

And here it is in the mix. Again, first before.

[mix, vocals with and without Nectar Elements]

So as you can see, Nectar Elements can be the secret sauce in your complex signal chain, to bring the vocal to the next level. Thank you so much for watching. Check out our other videos on Nectar Elements to learn how to make the most of this plugin in your next session.
While Nectar Elements can give you everything you need for pro vocals in seconds, with six under the hood audio processors and intuitive controls, you can also think of Nectar Elements as a kind of secret sauce in a complex vocal chain. It’s already loaded with some of your favorite plugins.

Like on this vocal track. Now, the first thing I have is Ozone 8’s Vintage Tape plugin, next I have the compressor from Neutron 2. I also have two sends, one going to an overdrive. This is the native Logic plugin. Then I have another one adding stereo delay to the vocal, all of which combined, gives a pretty good vocal sound.

[vocals]

Here it is in the mix.

[mix]

Now, I’m going to add Nectar Elements to the end of this chain to help get the vocal to the finish line, so to speak. Call it up here, and I’ll go with a modern vibe. Great vibe for this genre of music, and an intensity of moderate. Now when I press go, Vocal Assistant uses our latest advancements in machine learning to listen to my track and create a custom preset unique to this vocal, which I can further tweak to suit the song.

[mix]

Let’s have a listen to the difference Nectar Elements made after that pass, and we’ll make some tweaks if we need to.

[vocals, before and after Nectar Elements]

So right away, this sounds much brighter, but there’s still a few things I want to change. Now, this vocal is sounding good without any pitch corrections, so I’ll leave it off at zero. I do like where the clarity’s macro slider is at 1, the default, so I’ll leave that there. Clarity by the way helps to suppress any resonance that vocal assistant heard during its pass.

Now, this track isn’t very ess-y or sibilant, so I’m actually going to turn the de-esser down to zero. I’m also going to back off on dynamics a touch, as we already have a compressor from Neutron 2 in the chain. Now I’m really liking the tone, which is our character EQ, so I’ll bring it up even more.

[vocals, adjusting tone]

There, that sounds good. Finally, I’m going to bring up space, the reverb macro, to give these vocals a little air and shimmer. The great thing about this reverb is that it adds just enough reverb to let the vocal breathe, but it doesn’t interfere with the intelligibility of the singer.

So here’s without the reverb.

[vocals, no reverb]

And here’s with it in.

[vocals, with reverb]

Out. And there it is back in. I’m going to leave it at its maximum level of two.

So here’s before we added Nectar Elements to this already powerful vocal chain. First I’ll do it soloed.

[vocals, with and without Nectar Elements]

And here it is in the mix. Again, first before.

[mix, vocals with and without Nectar Elements]

So as you can see, Nectar Elements can be the secret sauce in your complex signal chain, to bring the vocal to the next level. Thank you so much for watching. Check out our other videos on Nectar Elements to learn how to make the most of this plugin in your next session.

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