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3 Tips for Making Better Vocals with the T-Warmer

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Check these three practical tips for using the T-Warmer below to make your vocals sound more solid.
All these tips are connected with your listening and ear training skills, so the more you pay attention to the sounds' details, the more these will be useful for you.

If you don't have a T-Warmer to try these tips, you can grab your 14-day free trial from here.

1- Do you want your vocals to sound thicker?

Insert T-Warmer on your vocal chain. Select the 'Smooth' mode, set the 'Warmth' to 100%, and set the 'Frequency' to 30Hz. Keep everything else as default. Play your track and slowly turn up the frequency knob until the vocals sound nicely thick and fat. After finding the right spot, you can use the "Mix" knob for a more accurate result.

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2- Do you want a unique distortion effect added to your vocals to stand out in the mix?

Insert T-Warmer on your vocal track, select the 'Hard' mode, set the 'Warmth' to 100%, and set the 'Frequency' to 30Hz. Keep everything else as default. Play the track and turn up the 'Frequency' knob until you find the right distortion effect you want your vocal to have. Adjust the 'Mix' knob for a better result.

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*Note: you can insert an EQ before the T-Warmer and adjust EQ boosts and cuts for an even more accurate result.

3- Do you want your vocal's reverb to sound more dominant and impactful?

Insert your reverb to an auxiliary track in your DAW, and insert a T-Warmer to that auxiliary channel. Solo the reverb track to focus on the effect of the T-Warmer on the reverb. Select the 'Smooth' mode, 'Warmth' at 100%, and 'Frequency' at 30Hz, and keep everything else as default. Play the track and turn up the 'Frequency' knob until the wet vocal reverb sounds decently thicker; adjust the 'Mix' if needed. Now start mixing the AUX track with the original dry vocal track until you find the right balance between the dry vocal and the wet vocal with reverb.

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*Note: An EQ before the T-Warmer on the AUX reverb track sometimes helps with better results.

Written by Amin Asbaghipour - Techivation Founder

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