This means the vocoder can only process a mono input sound, although the output is stereo. To swap the left and right channel assignments and change the channel the modulator and carrier are taken from, click the L and R labels at the top. The best value for this property varies with the type of modulator sound voice, instrument, noise, etc. To solo the left modulator or right carrier channel click the LCD switches. Higher order allows for "steeper" frequency band edges.
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Attack - Sets the "fade in" time.
Also note that unlike the FFT-based the vocoders on the market which usually useor more bandsFruity Vocoder uses a more precise detection system, so you can achieve better results with much less bands and no latency, unlike FFT vocoders! The vocoder acts like a series of gates allowing through those frequencies it detects in the modulator. The vocoder works by detecting the levels of certain frequency bands and then filtering the carrier. To swap the left and right channel assignments and change the channel the modulator and carrier are taken from, click the L and R labels at the top.
MIX Section Mix the source and carrier levels using the sliders. Modulator sound - Using some compression on the modulator usually helps sound and speech in particular to vocode more clearly. Bands - Allows you to select from 4 to bands to be used for vocoding. The more the bands, the higher the output quality unless you are looking for some kind of special effecthowever, more bands consume more processor power.
Filter - Allows you to set the filter order. A classical example is having a voice as a modulator and a synth as a carrier, to create the effect of a 'speaking synth'.
Higher order allows for "steeper" frequency band edges. ENV Section Sets the envelope follower attack and decay. The sound used for vocoding is called a modulator. To solo the left modulator or right carrier channel click the LCD switches.
Scale - Lets you adjust the scale of the frequency linear or logarithmic. The best value for this property varies with the type of modulator sound voice, instrument, noise, etc. Remember, the vocoder rl like a series of gates allowing through those frequencies it detects in the modulator.
HOLD - Press this switch to hold the current band levels i. Single channel muting - Use the Fruity Mute 2 plugin to mute the L and R channels of a stueio and 3rd mixer track carrying the modulator and carrier respectively then route these to the mixer track with Fruity Vocoder.
Bandwidth BW - This knob sets the bandwidth of the bandpass filters used to filter the carrier sound. If a frequency gate opens and there is no carrier sound in that band, that part of the 'tonal' character studoi the vocoded sound will be lost when compared to the original.
Decay - Sets the "fade out" time. Invert INV - This switch inverts the modulator frequencies.
The best value differs with the different source sounds. This studjo the vocoder can only process a mono input sound, although the output is stereo. Cutting off high and low frequency regions that are not present in the modulator sound helps you achieve higher quality result with less bands.
Use panning - Route the carrier and source Instrument Channels to the Mixer track vpcoder the Fruity Vocoder and pan the Channel Panning knob for the modulator source hard-left and carrier source hard-right. Carrier sound - The most sstudio carriers the sound you hear vocoded are those covering the whole frequency range.
When a human voice is used to modulate a synthesized chord, for example, it can sound like the synthesizer is talking a classic robot voice from sci-fi.
About Vocoding The vocoded sound is referred to as a carrier.
You can think of wider bands as producing softer sound. Related plugin - Vocodex - By your command! You can automate this switch.
Bands Display Displays the bands and their volume levels and the sound plays. By default, the left channel is the modulator and the right channel is the carrier.