Singing Vocoder For Macs

Virsyn iVoxel is now available for the Mac platform      22/02/11
Virsyn tell us that their iVoxel Singing Vocoder is now available for the Mac platform (Mac OS X 10.6.6 or later) and available at the Mac App store. Here's what they have to say...
iVoxel is not only an amazingly sounding vocoder - the unique concept of iVoxel turns this vocoder into a singing machine going far beyond the capabilities of traditional or software vocoders.
iVoxel lets you:
  • Speak or sing into your head set mic transforming your voice in a wide variety of ways.
  • Record words, syllables or other sounds into the voxel dictionary for later reuse.
  • Play different voxels live on the on-screen keyboard with ingenious pitch bending or with an external MIDI Keyboard.
  • Arrange and play melodies with the built in sequencer and add the lyrics from a user expandable dictionary of voxels.
iVoxel is a combination of a voice optimized synthesizer and a vocoder with an unprecedented intelligibility. The vocoder part is based on the Matrix vocoder from VirSyn used by many famous artists - one of them the well known german group Kraftwerk. The channel filters used by iVoxel are based on the Sennheiser Vocoder VSM201 resulting in a rich and fat analogue sound characteristic.
Pricing and Availability:
$23.99 More information:

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1 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
dyscode    Said...

the decision of Apple to forbid selling DAW Plug-ins neutralizes the biggest advantage the Mac AppStore could have.

Standalone apps like this are somewhat severely crippled by that.

22-Feb-11 01:21 AM


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