iZotope’s Nectar 3 is a complete set of tools specifically designed to produce amazing-sounding vocals and special effects. Learn to take your vocal tracks to the next level in this course by audio expert Joshua Carney.
If you’re doing any sort of vocal productions (vocal tracks, podcasts, voice-overs, etc.), you need to add iZotope’s Nectar 3 to your audio arsenal… and most of all, you need to learn how to use it! iZotope’s powerful suite of modules gives you access to all the effects you could possibly need for polishing vocals, and with version 3, it now includes a new assistant feature to let you automate the process. This course, by producer and trainer Joshua Carney, dissects all of Nectar's different modules one-by-one, offering the kind of in-depth exploration that you just can’t get anywhere else.
You’ll learn about the Vocal Assistant, the Pitch and Harmony modules, the De-esser, the Gate and Compressor. You’ll discover all about the powerful dynamic 24-band EQ. You’ll learn how to slightly warm up your vocals, or completely decimate them with the Saturate module. You’ll gain the skills needed to create space, depth and width to your tracks using the Dimension, Delay and Reverb modules. You will also learn how to fine-tune your vocals with Melodyne Essential (included with Nectar 3), how to use the Breath-Control, and more…
So join audio expert Joshua Carney in this in-depth course and get your vocal tracks sounding the best that they can be with Nectar 3. There is no better way to learn iZotope’s powerful vocal toolset than this video manual!
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Rob wrote on July 9, 2019
Great detail and knowledge on Nectar 3. Learnt a lot of specifics I wasn’t aware of.
SK wrote on April 1, 2019
Awesome review. One thing worth covering in harmony module is the relationship of multiple midi notes to multiple harmony points/voices.
steeven orden wrote on March 21, 2019
amazin course! amazing teacher
RR wrote on December 28, 2018
For beginners with untrained ears, it would have been nice to have more direction for where and when to detect subtle sound differences during playback of A/B segments. Or perhaps have the A/B differences be more exaggerated. Sorry - I realized for those with trained ears, the differences are probably very obvious already.
Otherwise, I enjoyed this tutorial and really learned a lot. The instructor has a very pleasant voice and seems quite knowledgable. Thank you!
Geoff Fawcett wrote on December 24, 2018
Great course. To the point, structured well, with nice examples of using in real life. I’m going to look for more courses by this instructor.
Frank Childress wrote on November 8, 2018
Great Course. I got two wrong on the quiz. One question was expecting an answer of LFO and gave a choice of An Oscillator. An LFO technically is an Oscillator so although LFO is a better answer Oscillator is not wrong. :)