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iZotope launches a light Nectar version

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iZotope announces the availability of Nectar Elements, a lighter and more affordable version of its vocal processing bundle.

Nectar Elements is based on the same DSP as Nectar but offers a simpler interface, 10 effects and dozens of Style presets that cover different styles, from Motown to grunge and podcast. iZotope designed this version with songwriters, podcasters and home recorders in mind.

Nectar Elements offers easy to use controls, including levels, Space that adds reverb and delay, EQ, de-esser, a gate, automatic pitch correction and specific controls for the presets with “intelligent” sliders.

Additional preset packs for Nectar and Nectar Elements are available for free download.

Nectar Elements is available in RTAS, AudioSuite, AAX, VST 2/3, AU and Direct X on Mac OS X and Windows. You can download it for $129, or get a demo version at www.izotope.com.

  • kiranphalke 16 posts
    kiranphalke
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    Posted on 03/23/2013 at 00:41:11
    Hi this is good. Is there a trial version of this?

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