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Vocal King Plugin: Dynamic effect guaranteed to help vocals sit in the mix.

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Please make sure you download the Vocal King and test it in your music daw before buying.


Mac: It appears there may be issues with logic pro and reaper, please make sure you test first.


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Price $19.99

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Summary

1. Vocal King supports MAC/Windows/32bit/64bit/VST2/VST3/AU. Supports MAC OS X 10.7 / Windows 7 and higher. Older systems may not work.

2. Causes vocals to stand out in a mix by giving them amazing presence, clarity, and compression.

3. Easy to use interface for fast results.

4, Meters show gain reduction after 0db.

5. Very CPU efficient compared to other types of vocal plugins.

6. Fast license file. As soon as I realize that I have been paid through Paypal, I will send a license file. No ILok, No online activation.
7. Can be used on many other sounds also.


Abstract

    The pres compressor knob is the main work horse of the Vocal King. Turning the pres knob up turns up the gain and brings out the presence in the vocal along with giving it a smooth compression. Low cut, tighten, and bass works with the pres compressor to help take out the mud without making the vocal sound too thin. The crispy knob give highs some sparkle that many will find satisfying. Final compressor gives that extra compression to the vocal to make it sound thick. DB output turns the volume down. Use the power switch to quickly hear the difference between dry and processed. A, B, C, D, modes, I will let you find out what that means. The meters show gain reduction after signal is past 0db.

Best Practice for first time use 

    Keep P Limit and F Limit switch down. Turn Pres knob up and a little on the final knob. See the meters on both go past 0 db into the red zone. The red zone shows gain reduction on how much compression amount there is. Don't push too much into the red zone. Maybe just hitting around 0 to 3db into the red zone. Next use the tighten knob, then bass, then low cut, then crispy. Finally turn DB Output down to match instrumental. Go back to the others and re adjust until your vocals fit nice into the instrumental. You could also use an EQ before or after the Vocal King for finer detail. Done.