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Other effects bundle or multi-effect from iZotope belonging to the Nectar series.

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  • iZotope NectarPublished on 11/17/12 at 15:03
    There weren't any kind of compatibility issues in the program , it worked really great.
    The book provided by the program was quite clear regarding the general configuration of the program and how the settings worked to get a clear understanding.

    General configuration and setup is pretty easy.
    The typical functions are accessible to even some amateurs or someone that isn't very familiar with the program but still can get a pretty good understanding of the program.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    The software performs incredibly well, the gear is quite stable and I haven't encountered any errors.
    I do get some great effects and different musical touches with this unique type of reverb.
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    There weren't any kind of compatibility issues in the program , it worked really great.
    The book provided by the program was quite clear regarding the general configuration of the program and how the settings worked to get a clear understanding.

    General configuration and setup is pretty easy.
    The typical functions are accessible to even some amateurs or someone that isn't very familiar with the program but still can get a pretty good understanding of the program.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    The software performs incredibly well, the gear is quite stable and I haven't encountered any errors.
    I do get some great effects and different musical touches with this unique type of reverb.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Izotope Nectar is a set of different vocal effects combined in just one software. You can create something really unique with this programs touch.
    It has plenty of great features like automatic pitch correction , a great note editor , a breath control and of course the usual gate effects, some pro compressors , different saturators , a de-esser , a limiter, the necessary reverb , delay and many other cool effects that you can use it in your mixes.

    I do like all the effects provided by this program and the presets provided that make the job much more enjoyable and much much faster. You can tweak between dozens of presets to get the desired effect.

    Precision and quality of sounds is extremely good and pro and I do enjoy the design , the whole interface is very easy to catch.
    I've tried some similar types of programs but I didn't fine none that can compare to this, I really do think this gives a whole new perspective regarding music modulation.

    Knowing what I know, I would buy this program again. It costs around 300 $ , you can try it out.
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  • Simple to make complicated manipulations

    iZotope NectarPublished on 11/12/12 at 08:00
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Everything works on

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Win7 64-bit PC Samplitude ProX, nickel and stable operation

    OVERALL OPINION

    2 months before I spent hours trying to make it sound voices, without ever being completely satisfied. With Nectar and I choose a preset style, easy to modify with controls combined. Quickly and it's good!
    A bit pricey for an amateur, but makes the service expected for the price. Good choice I would do with experience.
  • iZotope NectarPublished on 09/21/11 at 12:18
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Carefree Windows 7 64-bit IP as Sonar or Sound Forge

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    It works perfectly

    OVERALL OPINION

    I also Autotune ... both are perfect. Unfortunately, I do not use them often, only to readjust singers' voices a bit limited ...
  • All in one vocals on a budget

    iZotope NectarPublished on 08/03/11 at 20:40
    Nectar out of the box does just what it says. It's an all in one plugin for vocals. Includes everything you might need. Reverb, eq, compression, noise gate, delay, desser, and even pitch control. The manual is great. It comes with a pile of presets that are good to use for starting points. It really helps if you've had experience with all the effects inside the plugin or you won't get too far. Nectar makes it a lot easier than chaining 4 or 5 different plugins together though.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Personally, I find I get the best sound on vocals when I use at least 4 or 5 different plugins. However, this process of dialing in several plugins can take quite a while. ......
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    Nectar out of the box does just what it says. It's an all in one plugin for vocals. Includes everything you might need. Reverb, eq, compression, noise gate, delay, desser, and even pitch control. The manual is great. It comes with a pile of presets that are good to use for starting points. It really helps if you've had experience with all the effects inside the plugin or you won't get too far. Nectar makes it a lot easier than chaining 4 or 5 different plugins together though.

    SUITABILITY/PERFORMANCE

    Personally, I find I get the best sound on vocals when I use at least 4 or 5 different plugins. However, this process of dialing in several plugins can take quite a while. Sometimes an hour. There are certain times when I'm on a deadline, or just need a quick idea of how a vocal take will sound on a track. I don't have time to mess with a huge channel strip of vst's in this case. But I do have time to open Nectar and dial in a quick mix. While it does take up a fair share of CPU, it's a lot lighter than what cpu 6 other plugs would take. And to be fair, it actually sounds pretty good. And I have used it before in a pinch with great results. If I was on a tight budget and I needed a good do it all plugin, I'd probably get this without hesitation.

    OVERALL OPINION

    As I said before, this plugin is great for advanced producers who need a fast alternative to full on vocal mixing, but I can also see it being used as a budget plug. It's very impressive and it stands on its on against other more expensive vst's. In the past I've been known to say that Izotope's stuff can sound "cartoony" but Nectar doesn't really suffer from this. Certain settings can sound very overdone if you aren't careful. Just tread lightly especially if it's your first rodeo. Overall though I can't say enough about it for the price. I find myself using it more and more these days.
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