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  • Vocoder replacement

    Just simple observation: Using MMultiBandComb, MMultiBandFreqShifter and MMultiBandHarmonizer (single plug-ins or in chains) I was able to get complex vocoder effects.

    Do you know any other vocoder replacement techniques?
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    I'd love to hear a sample of this.

    I had a simplistic vocoder on my ol' VS880, and I loved Xils Vocoder when I was able to get it to work--it didn't work in PT10 (win7/64) very well. The tech kept telling me it worked fine in PT8 on XP/32, which is not really the same thing, and kind of left me a bit irritated with them and the vocoder, so I ended up not purchasing it when it was being offered at the intro price.

    Anyhow, I have been looking for a way to get a vocoder effect that isn't $200.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by aoVI View Post
      I'd love to hear a sample of this.

      I had a simplistic vocoder on my ol' VS880, and I loved Xils Vocoder when I was able to get it to work--it didn't work in PT10 (win7/64) very well. The tech kept telling me it worked fine in PT8 on XP/32, which is not really the same thing, and kind of left me a bit irritated with them and the vocoder, so I ended up not purchasing it when it was being offered at the intro price.

      Anyhow, I have been looking for a way to get a vocoder effect that isn't $200.
      Check this out - don't be fooled by the (very) low price, it's a very versatile piece of software. And of course it's fun :D

      http://soniccharge.com/bitspeek
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      • #4
        I will--two of my favorite tools are Microtonic and Permut8, so it wouldn't surprise me that the brothers at Soniccharge turned out something else amazing and affordable.

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        • #5
          I'm going to bite on bitspeek soon -the demos sound nice. Live's stock vocoder plugin also does a nice job!
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