Voice Synthesizer

Xoxos release Syng2      25/09/08

Voice Synthesizer


Xoxos tell us that Syng2 is a voice synthesizer which uses four bandpass filters to produce formants in any spectrally rich signal, or using an internal oscillator. The phoneme can be selected on a second MIDI channel, or preset words can be triggered.
Syng2 was designed as an intelligible, low-cpu voice engine for Breathcube 2. Xoxos say that the articulation is intended to be more natural than other 'robot voices' using this method, with plosives slightly emphasised to be heard with music.
Pricing and Availability:
Syng2 is priced at $25. The demo version has 4 notes per octave More information:



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