NAMM 2023: Zynaptiq Orange Vocoder - Finally!

US Long awaited plug-in now here      18/04/23

Dennis from Zynaptiq was pleased to be able to finally show us the new Orange Vocoder 4 plugin, which is set to start shipping on May 1st. The plugin offers a variety of vocoding modes with 24 different options, including speech modeling and zero-latency analog modeled features. This allows users to experiment with a whole range of sound hybridization options, making it a versatile tool for creating unique vocal parts and harmonies quickly.

One of the standout features of the Orange Vocoder 4 is its built-in synthesizer, which offers a range of modulation options, different flavors of polyphonic distortion, and various ring modulation options. The plugin also features Zynaptiq's signature mouse-over menus, which allow users to hear all the options by hovering above them, making it fast and easy to come up with cool synth sounds. With a range of other features on offer, including an automatic tuning effect, the Orange Vocoder 4 plugin is a must-have for producers and musicians looking to create unique and innovative sounds.

For more information and to take advantage of the introductory offer of $149 (a hundred bucks below the regular price), head over to Zynaptiq's website and grab the plugin before the price goes back up.
The Orange Vocoder 4 is compatible with VST2, VST3, AAX native audio units on Mac and Windows, and Apple Silicon native out of the gate. So, if you're looking for a versatile vocoder plugin with a whole range of features, be sure to check out the Orange Vocoder 4 from Zynaptiq.

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