iZotope VocalSynth 2: How To Use Pitch Correction As A Creative Effect

VocalSynth 2 from iZotope isn't just a pitch corrector, it opens up a whole new world of creative voice processing. Rishabh Rajan explains how it can work for you.  

iZotope's VocalSynth 2 is a big upgrade to the original and much-loved VocalSynth. A powerful voice synth and vocoder, it incorporates five modules - Biovox, Vocoder, Compuvox, Talkbox and Polyvox and each one has its own unique approach to vocal processing. In this short video from the course VocalSynth 2 101: VocalSynth Explained and Explored, synth expert Rishabh Rajan explains how to use the pitch tools to get the results you need. 

VocalSynth 2 101: VocalSynth Explained and Explored

You'll see how to configure the pitch controls to enable VocalSynth to perform the most accurate and effective processing on a track, matching the settings to the type of voice in use. The signal then passes to one or more of the vocal engines. You can use the synth as a pitch corrector, for auto tuning or getting the stepped effect that's popular in a lot of genres. You can define a custom scale and even use the processing as a creative effect as well as regular pitch correction. Be sure to check out the rest of the videos in this course for much more on this cool vocal synth!

Watch the full course VocalSynth 2 101: VocalSynth Explained and Explored in the Ask.Audio Academy or at our sister sites: macProVideo & Ask.Video

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