Monday, November 22, 2010

iZotope Now Shipping Nectar, A Complete Vocal Suite

Includes Pitch Correction, Breath Control, Compressors, DeEsser, Doubler, Saturation, EQ, Gate, Limiter, Delay, and Reverb modules

iZotope is now shipping Nectar, a complete vocal processing toolkit announced earlier this month at the AES show in San Francisco.

Adding to the iZotope line of plug-ins, Nectar includes everything users need to quickly find the vocal sound they are looking for.

iZotope is offering an introductory price of $199 on Nectar purchases through December 13th, 2010.

“Nectar is designed so professionals can work faster and beginners can get results quickly,” said Hart Shafer, Vice President of Product Management for iZotope.

“With both a high level style-specific interface and eleven advanced modules, end users can choose how much creative control they want over the sound. Either way, the result is high quality vocals.”

Nectar offers 110 professionally designed vocal production styles in 12 genres powered by 11 processing modules that include Pitch Correction (automatic and note editor modes), Breath Control, Compressors, DeEsser, Doubler, Saturation, EQ, Gate, Limiter, Delay, and Reverb.

Users will select an included style and then customize it with faders tailored to that style. For further customization of their vocal sound, users can switch to the Advanced View and access all of the controls of the underlying modules that power the plug-in. 

iZotope Nectar is intended for audio engineers, voice over artists, singer/songwriters, recording enthusiasts, podcasters, and anyone else who records sung or spoken vocals.

Its dozens of styles cover genres including: Alternative & Indie, Blues/R&B, Classical, Country, Dance & Electronica, Hip Hop & Rap, Jazz, Pop, Rock, and Spoken Word.

An introductory price of $199 USD will be offered until December 13th, 2010 and will have a $299 MSRP thereafter.

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