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

Jeff Macdonald

    Here's a work-around I have been using in Cubase.

    1) Set up a stereo output under your VST connections. Don't assign it to anything - it should be called Stereo Out 2.

    2) Add a stereo audio track to your project and select Stereo Out 2 as an input.

    3) Change the output on your vocal track to Stereo Out 2

    4) Arm the new stereo track and record the vocal parts you wish to transfer into stereo (for the Doubler trick).

    5) Set you lead vox track back to it's normal routing.

    It's a bit more time consuming than pro-tools but this should get the job done for you.