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Digging Deeper Into Izotope’s Nectar 4 For Blind Users With VoiceOver!

Posted in effects, Logic, and Mixing

If you are looking for an all in one vocal processing channel strip or fx chain, and caught the overview of Nectar 4, then this tutorial is the follow up you’ve been waiting for. The first tutorial covered the assistant and its usefulness at finding a starting point for your vocals. This tutorial picks up and goes into dialing in the individual effects modules. Remember to run Logic in Rosetta Mode.
If you are brand new to all this or need a refresher on the operation of the basic parameters for an EQ, Compressor, Delay, or Reverb, check out those linked tutorials, as you will notice the parameters and behavior is similar.
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Time Stamps are below the YouTube frame and in the YouTube description as well.

0:00 – Intro
3:51 – The Signal Chain
5:43 – The EQ And Why it’s not the most intuitive to use with a screen reader plus a workaround to use instead
8:33 – The Compressor Module
14:53 – The De-Esser Module
17:28 – The Delay Module
28:08 – The Reverb Module
36:16 – The Harmony Module
48:33 – The Dimension Module, (Chorus, Flanger or Phaser)
52:39 – Outro