VOICE - A Vocal Processing Plug-In

Streamlined vocal production workflow promised      09/09/20

Overloud tells us that VOICE is the new Gem plug-in designed for vocal processing. They say that VOICE offers a comprehensive and streamlined vocal production workflow, based on analog processors, including:

  • a Mic Preamplifier (4 models)
  • a Tape Simulator (3 tapes + 3 special modes)
  • a Vocal Enhancer
  • a De-Boxer and a De-Esser
  • a Dynamic Processor with compressors (5 models) and an expander-gate
  • an Equalizer (5 models)
  • a Space Processor / Reverb Unit
  • an Analog Delay
  • a Master Section with an optional Limiter
  • an inteactive Dynamic Display
  • an interactive EQ Display

 

Overloud tells us that the Gem VOICE includes more than 70 presets created by Award-winning engineers like Joe Barresi, John Paterno and Michele Canova, with their best vocal processing chains. The presets are designed for male and female, lead and background vocals as well as spoken voice.

A spokesperson said, "The Gem VOICE is designed to speed up your vocal production workflow, with no compromise on sound quality, thanks to the Overloud award-winning analog emulation technology. You can create a full vocal sound chain with a few clicks or select the setup of your preferred producer to replicate his tone! All the parameters are accessible with a single click on the main panel, for a quick and streamlined operation: no submenu navigation!"

Pricing and Availability:

On offer at  € 99.00 Incl. VAT (Regular price: € 169.00)

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