iZotope Vocal Doubler - FREE

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Post 06 Oct 2018

I of course picked it up, but haven't had a chance to try it out.

I recently got the Waves Abbey Road bundle, which includes Reel ADT, and has become my goto for doubling. Works incredibly well and is quite unique to other options. But this offering from iZotope could prove to be useful and worth checking out.

https://www.izotope.com/en/products/mix ... ubler.html

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Post 06 Oct 2018

hmmm ... pretty similar to the also free Multiply by Acon Digital
https://acondigital.com/products/multiply/

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Post 06 Oct 2018

Super interesting, and quite impressively done, thanks for the link!

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Post 07 Oct 2018

Downloaded these both, thanks for the heads up! :cool:

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Post 12 Oct 2018

How long is this one availablefor for free? (on my Phone now)
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Post 12 Oct 2018

As always, very wary of installers. What happens with this one? Crap all over the place or? Thanks if you can tell me :).

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Post 12 Oct 2018

MrFigg wrote:
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As always, very wary of installers. What happens with this one? Crap all over the place or? Thanks if you can tell me :).
I don't mind the iZotope installer... But then again I own several of their products so it is useful to me for keeping things up to date and downloading new stuff.

About this product in particular:

Haven't tried this one, can it do anything nectar 2 can't? I got it anyway, just haven't gotten around using it (not a lot of singing in this house :lol: )
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Post 13 Oct 2018

PhillipOrdonez wrote:
MrFigg wrote:
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As always, very wary of installers. What happens with this one? Crap all over the place or? Thanks if you can tell me :).
I don't mind the iZotope installer... But then again I own several of their products so it is useful to me for keeping things up to date and downloading new stuff.

About this product in particular:

Haven't tried this one, can it do anything nectar 2 can't? I got it anyway, just haven't gotten around using it (not a lot of singing in this house :lol: )
For basic doubling this is a nice simple vst. Neptune does have a lot more options for panning and tuning the doubles though.


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Post 17 Oct 2018

What I am hearing is a small delay (0-12 mseconds) and the delay time slowly being changed. You can easily build this kind of effect using a delay and an LFO.
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Post 17 Oct 2018

Marco Raaphorst wrote:
17 Oct 2018
What I am hearing is a small delay (0-12 mseconds) and the delay time slowly being changed. You can easily build this kind of effect using a delay and an LFO.
Did not checked the Vocal double, but you need a delay which can handle very short latencies and does not "pitch" the sound when modulating.
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Post 17 Oct 2018

Marco Raaphorst wrote:
17 Oct 2018
What I am hearing is a small delay (0-12 mseconds) and the delay time slowly being changed. You can easily build this kind of effect using a delay and an LFO.
Huh, that's kind of a shame - I'd have expected something a bit more complex from Izotope, but then again it is a free effect so I guess that's to be expected. Haven't tried it yet, myself.

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Post 17 Oct 2018

adfielding wrote:
Marco Raaphorst wrote:
17 Oct 2018
What I am hearing is a small delay (0-12 mseconds) and the delay time slowly being changed. You can easily build this kind of effect using a delay and an LFO.
Huh, that's kind of a shame - I'd have expected something a bit more complex from Izotope, but then again it is a free effect so I guess that's to be expected. Haven't tried it yet, myself.
It’s simple and quick. Serves a purpose in its area but Nectar is still where it’s at for depth.


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Post 17 Oct 2018

Loque wrote:
17 Oct 2018
Marco Raaphorst wrote:
17 Oct 2018
What I am hearing is a small delay (0-12 mseconds) and the delay time slowly being changed. You can easily build this kind of effect using a delay and an LFO.
Did not checked the Vocal double, but you need a delay which can handle very short latencies and does not "pitch" the sound when modulating.
All delays will modulate when you shift the delay times. But that's fine, that's the thing you want here. You can use the simple delay of Reason for this.
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Post 17 Oct 2018

Marco Raaphorst wrote:
17 Oct 2018
Loque wrote:
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Did not checked the Vocal double, but you need a delay which can handle very short latencies and does not "pitch" the sound when modulating.
All delays will modulate when you shift the delay times. But that's fine, that's the thing you want here. You can use the simple delay of Reason for this.
Well, i checked the Vocal doubler and yea, it just doubles the sound on one side and puts in some modulation of the delay and pitch. Its ok to have to give a mono some stereo space, nothing uber fancy.

And i tried also a delay with some modulation. I guess it can be tweaked the same way, but i just gambled a bit around. Nothing fancy, but does a similar job.
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Post 17 Oct 2018

Curious what you all think of the Abbey Road Reel ADT by Waves. I've been using it and really like it. Similar concept I suppose as alternative solutions described. But it seems to do it so well and works for me :puf_smile:

Very interesting story behind it with Ken Townsend, the inventor of artificial double tracking

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Post 17 Oct 2018

IDT might be great for creating really interesting doublers with some added intelligence by programming using a script. you can randomize both channels using a delay but use a script to make it not possible that both channels are delayed a few ms apart, resulting in nasty phasing.
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