A Quick Start In Robotic Sound Design

US Digital Brain's Voxpat Player is a simplified version of their voice-generating software      24/03/17

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Digital Brain Instruments tell us that their new Voxpat Player is a standalone software developed as a quick start for those interested on monster, creature and robotic sound design, but also for low-budget projects, students and musicians.

A spokesperson said, "Create amazing sounds for games, films, music and multimedia projects in just a few minutes. Procedural audio, audio synthesis, audio convolution, among other audio manipulation techniques are used to create multiple layers of sound using your voice, samples or plugin instruments."

The dsigners say that Voxpat Player is a simplified Voxpat version which allows processing the input signal through all the high quality presets developed by respected sound designers as Frederic Devanlay, Stephan Schütze, Kate Finan, Russell Gorsky & Saro Sahihi.

Features:

  • REAL-TIME AUDIO PROCESSING.
  • MICROPHONE INPUT
  • MULTI PLAYER. PROCESS UP TO 4 AUDIO FILES SIMULTANEOUSLY.
  • INSTRUMENT INPUT. PLAY ANY VIRTUAL INSTRUMENT.
  • PROCESS WAV, AIFF AND MP3 FILES.
  • MASTER FX RACK. LFO.
  • RECORDING. SAMPLE PROCESSING.
  • INPUT & OUTPUT ROUTING TO DAW OR AUDIO EDITOR. REWIRE.
  • CONTROL VOXPAT VIA YOUR MIDI DEVICE
  • INCLUDES 71 PRESETS & 41 SAMPLES FROM RESPECTED SOUND DESIGNERS.

 


 

Pricing and Availability:
29€

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