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Trying to find a piece of software
Old 9th October 2015
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Trying to find a piece of software

I can't remember where I saw it, but a while back I remember watching footage from an industry show where a software developer was showing a piece of synthesis that allowed one sample to synthesise the other. To sort of vocode it.

I think they were using it to make a voice sound low and evil. Saying it would have enormous possibilites in sound design.. well I need something like it.

Anyone know what I'm talking about? Know if it ever came available?
Old 10th October 2015
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no one?
Old 10th October 2015
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Old 10th October 2015
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Thanks for that. It's not that. It allowed the users to choose the other sound it was synthesising. So as it heard a sound it brought in the second sound. You could mix between them and create a third completely new thing...

Doing my head in trying to think who was behind it. It was in a piece about the amazing things a certain company were up to. Of course, I can't remember the company or product. Aargh.
Old 11th October 2015
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Maybe izotope iris 2? Kind of what you're describing.
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Old 12th October 2015
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are you talking about VST vocoders?
Old 14th October 2015
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Thank you so much charlieclouser! Spot on!
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