Hey there @chatters
No there's no dedicated tutorial about recording vocals inside Ableton, what you will find is many videos showing how different producers process the vocals in their tracks, using different techniques across different DAWs.
If you use the search function from the main tutorials page ( click on the magnifier icon in the top right corner ) and enter key words like vocal/vocals/processing vocals... you'll get a list of individual videos from full tutorials covering those techniques.
Basically that professional vocal sound is mainly achieved through edits & post-recording processing, either using stock effects from the DAWs or 3rd party plugins. There's 2 sides of things : your vocal take ( original recording ) and the post-recording process. Beside equipment quality such as mics, pre-amps and AD/DA converters from audio cards and the recording techniques that will of course have an impact on the recording quality, that pro sound & making the vocals shine in a mix will require post processing. Some vocalists & audio engineers like to record "dry", most of them prefer to have some effects as inserts ( like a tiny amount of delay & reverb, or auto-tune stuffs for example ) that will get "print" ( recorded ) during the take. But still, it's rare that you get a perfect vocal take just sitting right in the mix, it will need to be processed. Level automation, Eq, delays, reverb, gate & de-essers are the most common tools being used. Then there's different techniques like doubling the vocal and layering a dry vocal with a wet ( processed ) one and blending them to taste.
So best advice again is to have a look at different producers techniques, even in different DAWs than Ableton you'll find interesting tips & techniques.
Hope this helps