Here you are.
You'll notice I avoided mixing products. I like to keep things simple or else I find there's a lot of de-essing and filtering required.
When employing rnnoise, I use omega phase b gone, which forces the left or right channel to be the latter; to avoid having problems with rnnoise before and after.
You may notice that I use the VSTplug delay until in such a way that does not include the higher registers. This is so to not worry about excitation and more essing and mouth noises from the vocalist. Keeping it simple is the most important thing.
I used 24 gain with silverhawk so as to provide the realistic boost necessary that sounds pleasing. Years ago I used to use so many products; and now I use a great deal less. Because ultimately; you'll need to perform surgery on the vocal and you'll have to get rid of any noises and essing.
Thanks for watching, and if you would like Me to explain any concept I can make a video in this post and go over that. I like using mid side by the way; but you should use side very sparingly with vocals, because it picks up essing and mouth noise a great deal. I would also only employ it after the fact; so as to then go over it one more time with a de-esser.
You'll be hearing the singer compensating for a dry mouth or the milk they just drank rather than the song, after all.