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    I see the aforementioned answers are rather generic and in correct theory.
    In order to direct you to a more direct solution: you want to vest your time
    in the following VSTfx plugins for your DAW:

    LeapWing DynoOne
    LeapWing CenterOne (this might address your current problem head-on)
    LeapWing StageOne (for manipulating your vocal coordinates in the mix)

    Hit up LeapWing Audio in order to download the demos and see if it were to
    address your problem at-hand.
    Last edited by Pelle-Gross-O; 08-14-2020 at 09:44 PM.

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    How come no one mentioned using an expander? And filters can give a lot of space with roll-offs, too.

    There is a plugin called Selig Leveler that lets you choose which amplitudes to increase while leaving the rest alone. I use the rack extension version for Reason. This is kind of a shortcut through all these suggestions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SawCeeJack View Post
    How come no one mentioned using an expander? And filters can give a lot of space with roll-offs, too.

    There is a plugin called Selig Leveler that lets you choose which amplitudes to increase while leaving the rest alone. I use the rack extension version for Reason. This is kind of a shortcut through all these suggestions.
    ....because expanders literally do the opposite of compression. You want your stuff to stay compressed not brought to the forefront like many expanders do when their ratio and threshold is not properly set. You want to keep your material/mix
    controllably "smushed" but airy so it has clarity yet no spikes in volume at any time in the mix.

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    reverb and delay sends

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