Posts with tag voice-effect

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ElectroSpit Mobile Talkbox - A Futuristic Instrument

The ElectroSpit Mobile Talkbox can read your voice and send it directly to an instrument or app without the hassle. Could this be the future of voice synthesis?

Review: Krotos Audio Reformer Pro - Sound Designers Dream?

This unique tool for turning your own sounds into foley effects - and much more - is capable of some amazing things. Joe Albano put it to the test and here's what he discovered...

Review: Krotos Audio Reformer Pro

Turning simple sounds into completely different effects suitable for use in foley for film and TV is Krotos Audio Reformer Pro's bread and butter. G.W Childs took it for a test drive.

Adobe VoCo Aims To Do For Audio What Photoshop Does For Pictures

Adobe previews VoCo, its ambitious new “Photoshop for audio” tool. But what could this mean for the future of music production?

Review: Phantom Voice and V Alto Choir

Bela D's Phantom Voice and V Alto Choir for Kontakt provide clean and polished sounds for anyone wanting interesting ways to recreate the human voice in their productions.

How To Turn Your Voice Into An Instrument in Logic Pro X

In this nifty Logic Pro X tutorial Darren Burgos shows how to turn your (or somebody's) sampled voice into a playable instrument in Logic Pro's Alchemy synth instrument.

Auburn Sounds Graillon is a Cool Voice Octaver Processor Plug-In

There's something eternally enticing about a voice octaver effect on vocals. Auburn Sounds certainly think so and have created a beautiful looking voice processing plug-in for just that purpose.

Audio Repair for Video Sound, Part 2: Advanced Techniques

To get really great voiceover for video you sometimes have to go beyond the basics… Join Hollin Jones in the 2nd of this 2-part series on repairing audio for video.

Review: Roland VT-3 Voice Transformer

Vocal processing can be tricky to get right, but Roland might just have cracked it with the new VT-3…

Roland Releases AIRA VT-3 Voice Transformer

Since the rise of the synthesiser, there's been a fascination with robotic sounding vocals. Seems we can't get enough and that (and its other features) are precisely why the Roland VT-3 is in demand.