Softube has released Vocoder. This is what they have to say about it...
Deployed by the military to conceal voiced messages during World War II, the vocoder has had a hidden hold on the music world since the 1970s. From Electric Light Orchestra to Imogen Heap, Daft Punk to Herbie Hancock, Kraftwerk to the Beastie Boys, Laurie Anderson, Kanye West, Mogwai, and so many more, diverse artists have used vocoders to excellent effect. Now, Softube fans can vocalize their unique artistic vision with Vocoder.
Vocoder features a six-voice carrier synth with MIDI capability and an easy-to-use Attack Hold Decay Envelope. The unusual and inspired Freeze section adds to Vocoder's creative potential. Users get the feel of vintage vocoding machines coupled with Softube-quality sound, workflow, and innovation. And a chance to let their vision sing–through any source.
- A superb six-voice polyphonic carrier synth with four selectable waveforms
- and MIDI capability
- An easy-to-use Attack Hold Decay Envelope
- A unique Freeze section that allows rhythmic hold of certain formants
- manually and via MIDI Notes or a DAW Sync
- The look and feel of vintage vocoding with Softube innovations
- Create classic vocoder sounds or one-of-a-kind creations
Pricing and Availability:
$79 until April 8th, 2022 (Regular price:$99)
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