Moving on, the Vocalizer Pro by SONiVOX is another impressive vocalizing tool thanks to its unique capabilities.
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First and foremost, this plugin is anchored on a four-module system that is tweakable in several creative ways.
And each module has options for pitch shifting, filtering, and modulation using LFO.
That implies one can mix and determine how the four modules interact with each other.
The result is the ability to actualise very elaborate patches.
To ensure seamless functionality, Vocalizer Pro features two rows of eight MIDI-mappable pads on the interface.
The top enables saving of various presets and parameters for reuse whenever the need arises.
On the other hand, the bottom row can be used for mapping chords for hassle-free sequencing from a MIDI controller.
Although the interface can be a little intimidating at first contact, it provides access to in-depth custom shaping controls.
One particularly striking section is the effects tab that anchors built-in EQ, Chorus, Delay, and Reverb-as well as an effective browser system functioning based on genre, colour, and character descriptors.
Besides that, Vocalizer Pro features up to eight snapshot pads which allow on the go access to presets and eight chord pads that help to recall keyboard notes and chords.
Overall, this plugin sounds fantastic and is ready to use, the more reason it remains an ideal inclusion in any production toolkit.
Imagine an analog filter based vocoder which supports up to 100 bands, ten filters, band matrix, band distribution and resonance graphs, and among other cutting edge features.
Well, that is precisely what Mvocoder by Meldaproduction represents.
It is quite versatile and enticingly optimized for hassle-free use in case you want to explore every creative angle.
Are you looking forward to creating robotic voices?
Singing synthesizers, ability to morph between multiple audio signals, and unique vocoding modes?
Check, check, and check.
As it turns out, the multi-channel vocoding ability is one of its greatest strengths.
It employs an external side chain from where users can feed in audio sources before it kicks in.
Don't forget, it offers up to eight surround channels.
And if you need to venture a little deeper with your sound, Mvocoder can literally lead you to modulation heaven.
With extensive modulation options, you can work on any parameter from sources like an LFO, audio level follower, envelope generator, or even a pitch detector.
Other features worth highlighting include unique visualization engine, adjustable oscillator shape technology, MIDI controllers with MIDI learn, and global preset management with online preset exchange.
The XILS Vocoder 5000 is simply a rebirth of the legendary EMS 5000 but with some enhancements.
Some of the improvements include filter's Emphasis and Emphasis ponderation, more Slew rate mods, additional Freeze mods, two LFOs, detailed FM and PWM, more oscillators Waveforms and improved output detector.
And while it models complex filtering techniques and circuitry of the analog model, on the face of it, the clarity is impressive.
That means it is super easy to use regardless of your prior experience with plugins.
Ideally, the interface provides a standard single panel view hence almost every control is just a touch away.
And if you find it tricky to get started, you'll find the more than a handful presets handy for sourcing inspiration.
Interestingly, you can dive a little deeper because there is the Logo Center panel which opens the door to additional controls.
Once switched it leads to an extensive range of advanced panels with elaborate parameters for further exploration and experimentation.
If you are deeply into sound design, the powerful matrix patch area that opens robust routing and filtering opportunities make great vocoding effects a nearby reality.
Here comes the XILS V+. A spot-on emulation of the 1979 Roland VP-330 vocoder and synthesizer, it is versatile and functional as it gets.
As a 10-band vocoder effect with logical controls, you'll appreciate the quality and clarity minus audible liaising no matter the settings.
More specifically, it's Supreme Top Octave Divider which enables layering of synthetic strings or human voices on top of your effects nails it completely.
Besides, you can dig further with onboard effects and modulation options thanks to advanced settings panels.
The advanced setting panels opens extensive options such as the Mixer/Arp panel, vocoder panel, freeze and water controls, effects panel and modulation panel.
From these sections, operations such as mixing of human voice oscillators, tweaking of strings filter shape, pitch tracker manipulation, spicing sound effects, and more can be achieved in a few touches.
So, beyond the striking vintage beauty that evokes feelings of the past, the advanced functions allow the creation of unique touches that no samples or synthesis techniques can reproduce with similar accuracy.