Getting more intelligible results with U/V detection


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Getting more intelligible results with U/V detection

One way to increase the intelligibility of vocoded sounds is to use the UV detection aspect of the EVOC 20. UV detection stands for unvoiced detection. So human speech consists of voice sounds, which are tonal sounds or formants, and unvoiced sounds, which are more noisy. So voice sounds are typically produced from oscillations of the vocal cords, whereas unvoiced sounds are produced by blocking or restricting airflow via either your lips, tongue, palate, throat, or larynx. So in most good vocoders we will have two different ways of synthesizing voice sounds and unvoiced sounds.

So that's why I have got this whole UV detection aspect right here. So let's run some audio through here. We have got that same good old Nothing to Say audio your track. And I have got that routed through the Side Chain input, like you have seen before. And then to make sure that we are monitoring this properly, I want to make sure I have got to set the vocoder so that I can hear the vocoded signal. Okay, so...

Getting more intelligible results with U/V detection
Video duration: 3m 52s 13h 11m Intermediate Updated Mar 14, 2012

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Getting more intelligible results with U/V detection provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Brian Trifon as part of the Virtual Instruments in Logic Pro

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Audio + Music
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Logic Pro
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