Cantor Vocal Synthesis Now Available

Hot Messe product is ready      06/07/04

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Cantor Vocal Synthesis Now Available
Harry Gohs with Cantor Vocal Machine @ MESSE

One of our most popular items from the MESSE coverage this year was the Virsyn Cantor Vocal Synthesizer. Cantor synthesizes the human voice entirely in software - using no samples and as a result is able to offer realtime playability from a MIDI input. The voice engine has been developed by Virsyn boffin Harry Gohs, who's dedication to the software he produces is one of the main attractions of Virsyn's suite of software. You may not be aware that most Virsyn releases achieve high praise from the reviewing organs: Their Tera Synth won a coveted Future Music Platinum Award in March 2004 and the Cube Additive Softsynth won Editor's award from Electronic Musician. Features:
  • 8 part vocal synthesis engine
  • plays lyrics in realtime
  • english phoneme dictionary (120000 words)
  • no samples used
  • score editor
  • voice editor
  • phoneme editor
  • Realtime editing
  • Brightness
  • Humanize
  • Metallize
  • Gender factor
  • Vibrato
  • Breath noise
  • Interfaces
  • stand alone mode
  • VST 2 / AudioUnit
  • ReWire / RTAS (Sept. 2004)
  • Scala compatible microtuning System requirements:
  • Mac G4 > 400 Mhz
  • PC Pentium III > 600 Mhz
  • Athlon XP/MP
  • 256 MB RAM
  • Mac OX 10.2 / WinXP Demo versions
  • PC Version>
  • Mac OS X Version
  • www.virsyn.de

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