Academy Dashboard Forum Studio DAWs Cubase Vocal Thickening Trick in Cubase Reply To: Vocal Thickening Trick in Cubase

Nick D.

    yes the doubler plugin works as you described as long as deactivate the center. or you can try the sound toys microshift, its pretty close to the H3000 sound by itself.

    In Cubase just send the mono track to stereo auxes with the doubler plugin inserted. Copying a mono track and panning them both to go to a stereo track will still result in a mono track (or at least a dual mono track), you have to use some sort of mono to stereo plugin on a stereo aux or group channel to make a mono source become stereo. if you have a spectrum analyzer that has Mid/Side mode you can see what im talking about. A mono or dual mono track will not have any side information (stereo) unless the dual mono track has some sort of phase difference (so delay, eq, etc.)

    • This reply was modified 8 years ago by Nick D..