Logic Vocoding Tutorials

macProVideo.com show you how to use Logic's EVOC 20 PolySynth      19/09/11
Logic Vocoding Tutorials


Logic's EVOC 20 PolySynth is one of the coolest Software Instruments in Logic's EV series of vintage synths. Now, in a new video tutorial from macProVideo.com, David Earl (a.k.a. SFLogicNinja) shows you how he uses it.
David starts this journey with a field trip into the history of Vocoding. You'll learn why vocoders were invented, how they were initially deployed and the physics behind how they make inanimate objects sound like they're singing.
In the next section David explains the EVOC's different synthesis engines and how to program them. You'll learn all about the EVOC's extensive library of built-in wave tables, its overtone rich FM synthesis engine, and the sweepable lowpass filter and filtered noise generator.
Next it's time to Vocode as David explains the EVOC's deep "center section" with all its programable formant bands, U/V detection and modulators. macProVideo.com say that this is where all the Vocoding magic happens and soon you, too, be mastering all the EVOC's controls.
Pricing and Availability:
$25/mth USD subscription>
$19.50 USD download
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