No, I'm not asking about any tipe of VirtuaLittleAngel2.1... I'm doing this production (refered to elsewhere in this site), and I'm having some trouble in tightening up the vocals. It's a children's record (sung and aimed to the "children market"). The songs are based on traditional portuguese songs, arrangements are nice and modern (drums, guitars, kbrds, you know, like pop) - this is a higly successfull style here in Portugal! Well, I recorded 4 children (plus a grown-up female vocalist singing softly to resemble a child voice, but with greater timing and pitch). I've overdubbed the voices to get 3 workable tracks per voice, summing to 14-15 dubbed vocals. I'm editing in PT, using VocaLine(typing?), and waiting for them to install melodyne to work on pitch issues. But, somehow, voices are not glueing well... I'm sending them to an "alt-bus" with some mild compression, and running them through RVerb, to add some space. But, maybe it's because out-of-tune notes are disrupting the choir as a whole, I'm not getting a blended sound. I'm trying with different compression/reverb settings. I've panned the voices a little around the middle. Any hints? Suggestions? Thanks in advance!