Using the filterbank section to shape the vocoded sounds


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Using the filterbank section to shape the vocoded sounds

Let's take a look at the vocoder aspects of the EVOC 20. So we'll take a look at how to bring in audio through the Side Chain input, analyze it, and re-synthesize it through the Synthesis filter bank to get a variety of the vocoded sounds. So the place to start is our audio that we have in the range here. So this is our -- (Male speaker: I have nothing to say.) Nothing to say, yeah. (Male speaker: I have nothing to say. I have nothing to say.) So I want to vocode that and be able to play around of it in the EVOC 20. So the first thing that I am going to do is set the Output here to No Output.

That's because I don't want to hear it playing on top of the vocoded signal. So then in EVOC 20, what I am going to do is go to the Side Chain menu up here and choose Audio 1 - NothingToSay. So now it's routed through here. But I don't hear anything. (music playing) And when I play the synth part, it just sounds like a synth. So what I've to do is change my Signal Monitoring...

Using the filterbank section to shape the vocoded sounds
Video duration: 5m 34s 13h 11m Intermediate Updated Mar 14, 2012

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Using the filterbank section to shape the vocoded sounds 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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