Vocoder for Mac

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Vocoder for Mac

Post by Eindbazig » 24 Apr 2012, 01:39


I guess you guys got tons of this question but;
Is there a good vocoder for Mac?
I like the Vocodex (Image-Line) who I was running on my Windows, but I won't put my windows on for only the Vocoder.
So is there a vocoder that's bit the same like Vocodex? Because (Like I said) I love that one.

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Re: Vocoder for Mac

Post by ottoman42a » 25 Apr 2012, 11:37

Ableton's vocoder is good but you'd need to run live…..
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Re: Vocoder for Mac

Post by xpander » 25 Aug 2012, 05:08

There are a couple of vocoders that come to mind. First of all, if you are using Logic Pro, you have access to the very capable EVOC 20. Other options include the newer MVocoder at http://www.meldaproduction.com/mcreativ ... ocoder.php with an introductory price of $12 USD... it's 64bit also. Or you could check out the free TAL-Vocoder from http://kunz.corrupt.ch/products/tal-vocoder. Good luck!!

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Re: Vocoder for Mac

Post by thighpilot » 26 Aug 2012, 13:41

Don't forget about some of the Native Instruments products. NI Razor has a vocoder built in to it. There is also Tim's Reaktor product called The Mouth. I like The Mouth better than traditional vocoders. It's much more flexible and I'm not a fan of the traditional vocoder sound so it fits me better if I have a need for that kind of sound.
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Re: Vocoder for Mac

Post by mobilegazer » 27 Aug 2012, 00:50

There's also the Prosoniq Orange Vocoder. It's got several vocoding algorithms, including some unusual wavelt-based ones. And it's currently on sale at SurroundSFX ;-)

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