Make thick, fatter vocals with this technique if you have only one recorded vocal take.
Take your vocal track and duplicate it 2x. You should have 3 channels of the same vocal.
To achieve this effect, each vocal channel will be panned differently. Left (L), Center (C), Right (R)
Label each channel as such: Vox (C), Vox (L), Vox (R)
Vox (C): leave centered (untouched)
Vox (L): Pan 100% (hard) left
Vox (R): Pan 100% (hard) right
Adjust levels of Vox (L) and Vox (R) so they are not competing with the main centered vocal.
EQ each vocal. Cut and boost so the vocals are not fighting for the same frequency.
Hard compress Vox (L) or Vox (R) – your choice. Remember, no hard rules in audio mixing world.
Add 10-30ms delay on Vox (L) and Vox (R) + Send 20% reverb to either one of these tracks.
Add distortion FX to either Vox (L) or Vox (R) or both.