Voix Vocoder For iPad
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Voix Vocoder App

Voix Vocoder App

Voix is an inexspensive vocoder for iPad that lets you play your voice like a synth. With Voix, your voice sounds like a singing robot.

WARNING: This app does not work on and iPad 1 with an Alesis iO Dock. I was all excited to get a nice portable vocoder setup for my iO Dock only to find I wasted my money. I also thought it would be nice for them to include more waveforms. There is only one from what I can tell.

For best results, use with headphones and an external mic. Voix does with iRig Mic by IK Multimedia.

• Simple to use: just speak into the iPad mic while playing the onscreen keyboard
• Use external MIDI controllers to play the carrier synth (via In-App Purchase)
• Choose between analog-style 8-band vocoding or digital FFT vocoding
• Slide your finger across the ribbon controller for glissando effects
• Play up to 5 octaves with the Octave Up and Down buttons
• Play the vocoder like a regular sawtooth synth with the Bypass Vocoder button
• Record your performances, save them to your computer with iTunes or send them via e-mail
• NEW: Copy audio to other apps that support AudioPaste for further processing

PLEASE NOTE – Voix works in real-time using your iPad’s mic and speaker — you’ll hear your voice transformed as you speak. As this can potentially cause a feedback loop, Voix employs feedback suppression by default, which may result in choppy sound. For best results, plug in headphones and then turn off the Prevent Feeback button.

MIDI control requires an iPad MIDI/USB interface or an ad hoc WiFi connection to a Mac or PC with Core MIDI support.

AudioCopyPaste requires one or more compatible apps. For a list of apps that support AudioCopyPaste, visit: http://www.sonomawireworks.com/iphone/mapi/#apps

Price $.99


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