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5 Times to Use VocalSynth 2 in a Mix

5 Times to Use VocalSynth 2 in a Mix:

If you use VocalSynth 2 or have watched our tutorials for it, you already know it’s a versatile effects engine capable of everything from subtle voice enhancement to chopped-and-pitched insanity. When you’re short on ideas, it’s encouraging to pass a vocal through and just listen to how the plug-in changes it’s characteristics, tweaking parameters to taste.

But what about some more functional applications when mixing vocals? Where can you plug VocalSynth 2 into a song to improve it? And what are the tell-tale signs a recording might need its unique assistance? In this post, I’ll answer these questions and more, giving you tips for productive vocal mixing sessions. Here are five times to use VocalSynth 2 in a mix.