Get that clear and crisp vocal sound.

Get that clear and crisp vocal sound.

Download the vocal chain presets we use on our clients & import them straight into your Logic sessions.

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What's inside?

Range Of Genre Options

Each volume pack includes 3X genres which will add the final touches to your vocal production.

Customizable Settings

Whilst each vocal chain preset is already set up, you can also tweak these as you see fit.

Easy Import

Includes a PDF booklet to guide you through a seamless installation and get you using the presets instantly.

Loads Of Presets

Each genre contains 3 different types of vocal chains within that genre. In total 9 vocal chain presets.

Instant Download

The vocal chain files are ready to download instantly which means you can get to using them right away.

Uses Stock Plugins

Each vocal chain is crafted with Logic’s stock plugins so no further purchases are necessary.

1. Download.

Start by purchasing your preferred volume pack and instantly download.

2. Import into Logic.

We include detailed guidance on how to import and install.

3. Apply to your vocals.

Load our vocal chains straight into your Logic sessions and use them right away.

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Which plugins are in our vocal chain presets?


How do they sound?

R&B – Vocal Chain Sample

First listen to the vocal without our chain applied, next listen to the vocal with our R&B vocal chain setting 01 in action.

You can grab this R&B preset as well as 2 other R&B presets in addition to Rap and Pop vocal chain presets in Volume 1.

POP – Vocal Chain Sample

You can grab this Pop preset as well as 2 other Pop presets in addition to Rap and R&B vocal chain presets in Volume 1.

Acoustic – Vocal Chain Sample

You can grab these Acoustic presets as well as 1 other Acoustic preset in addition to Rock and Indie vocal chain presets in Volume 2.

Easily download our vocal chain settings straight into your Logic sessions.
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Step-by-step import guidance is included in your download file.

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Settings and presets across 8+ plugin units.

Our preset options allow you to use each plugin unit outside our vocal chain with your other instruments.


Why do I need mixing and mastering?

Why does my music need online mixing?

Online mixing is an essential process in which your recorded instruments and music arrangements are treated, edited and balanced to result in an amazing sounding product that is ready to be passed into the mastering stage of production.

Professional mixing and mastering is a time-consuming venture and is accomplished through a variety of processes and techniques, which you can read more about on our mix engineers page.

As you know, the music business is a competitive place where it is essential to have great sounding music in order to stand out from other musicians and record labels in order to get heard.

It’s important to make the best first impression possible on your potential new listeners, fans and industry professionals who are exposed to high quality sounding music throughout their day whether it be on their way to work or in the office through their playlists and demos. Give your well-written songs the best chance of being heard by working with our professional mixing and mastering service. We are dedicated to bringing your music to life.

Why is mastering important?

Mastering is a specialist audio process that completes your song or album production in terms of stereo width, loudness and frequency balance for all distribution platforms and streaming services. It can also be used to enhance some of the harmonic sound content of each song or an entire album using equalizers, compression and limiter units, maximizers, and stereo imaging. 

Within 5 days MixButton can deliver your professionally mixed and mastered track straight to your inbox using our experienced engineers and high-end equipment suites.

Specialised mastering equipment is essential in order to produce the audio output that would work on all platforms. Coupled with our mastering engineer’s years of experience, the process of mastering requires high-end gear and acoustically treated mastering studio rooms to be able to listen to the music objectively in its true form and accurately identify any frequency problems that should be looked at and balanced.

Mastering enhancing effects such as harmonic and imagery audio processes also require professional equipment to achieve the best end product for your music.

To set up your vocal chain, follow this general order as a basis for great results. Start with autotune, or a pitch correction plugin as your foundation. Next up, EQ to shape the sound, making those vocals come to life. Next, add compression to balance the volume, then de-ess to soften the “S” sounds. Reverb and delay come next, adding some space and depth. Finish strong with a touch of saturation or distortion for extra character.

Yes, indeed, autotune typically goes first in a vocal chain. It’s like the first step in the beauty routine before makeup – you want to get that foundation just right! To fix pitch problems early on, put autotune at the start of the effects chain. By starting your vocal track this way, you create a strong foundation for adding creative enhancements. Read more on how to use autotune on your vocals.

Vocal presets and vocal chains may seem like peas in a pod, but they’re not quite the same thing. Imagine a vocal preset as the perfect outfit for your singing star at a concert. It includes EQ, compression, reverb, and more, all set for your vocal track.

Now, a vocal chain is more like building your superstar’s outfit from scratch. You handpick each piece, deciding exactly how much compression, reverb, and EQ you want to add.

  1. Create a new channel strip by going to the “Channel Strip” menu in the top right and selecting “New Channel Strip.”
  2. Name the channel strip something like “Vocal Chain.”
  3. Start inserting your EQ and compressor plugin on the channel strip. You can do this by clicking the “Insert” button in the channel strip and selecting the right plugin from the menu.
  4. Use the EQ to shape the tone of the vocals.
  5. Adjust the compressor settings to taste. For vocals, you might want to set the threshold relatively low and the ratio relatively high.
  6. Insert any other plugins you want to use, such as a de-esser to reduce sibilance or a harmonizer to add harmonies.
  7. Use the channel strip fader to adjust the volume of the vocals in the mix according to your balance.

And that’s it! You now have a basic vocal chain set up in Logic.

  • Compressor: Reduces the dynamic range of your vocals.. This can help even out the performance and makes vocals sit better in your mix.
  • EQ: Allows you to shape the tone of the vocals by boosting or cutting certain frequencies. You can use it to make the vocals sound brighter, warmer, or more or less present in the mix.
  • De-esser: This plugin helps reduce sibilance, or the “sss” and “shh” sounds that can be harsh on vocals.
  • Harmonizer: Adds artificial harmonies to the vocals. You can set it at specific intervals above or below the original vocal.
  • Reverb: Adds a sense of space to the vocals. You can use it to make the vocals sound like they were recorded in a large room, a small room, or anything in between.
  • Delay: You can use it to create a sense of space or to add interest to the vocal performance.

These are just a few examples, and there are many other types of plugins that you might want to use in a vocal chain. The plugins you choose depend on the sound you want and the needs of your vocal performance.

We have a guide that goes in-depth explaining which steps should be taken when mixing vocals.

To import vocal chain presets into Logic, follow these steps:
  1. Find some vocal chain presets that you want to use.
  2. Download the presets and unzip the file if necessary.
  3. In Logic, open the “Channel Strip” menu in the top right and select “Import Settings.”
  4. Navigate to the folder where you saved the presets and select the ones you want to import.
  5. The presets will be added to the “User” section of the “Channel Strip” menu.
You can now use the imported presets in your Logic projects. Note that some presets may need certain plugins to be installed to work.

Vocal chaining describes the process of building a series of plugins that collaborate with each other with the objective of creating your desired vocal sound. A vocal chain is a series of plugins loaded on a channel strip within your DAW. They often comprise a mix of plugin units depending on the production objective of a vocal mix.

Want to talk before ordering our Logic vocal chain presets?

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