Native Instruments Vokator
افکت قوی و حرفه ای vocoder از شرکت Native Instruments ، همچنین این پلاگین سینتی سایزر vocoder-based هم می باشد.
Native Instruments Vokator Effects (Macintosh and Windows)
Powered by an extremely high-resolution FFT spectral engine, Vokator defines a new standard for vocoding transparency, detail, and smoothness. In addition to an exceptional vocoder, Vokator boasts a sophisticated synthesizer and a granular sampler: a virtual sound-fusion laboratory. With advanced features and multiple modes of operation, Vokator opens vast new worlds of sound-design possibilities.
The Vocoding Engine
Vokator’s FFT spectral engine is a milestone in vocoder development. Previous vocoders used eight, sixteen, twenty, or even thirty-two frequency bands – the more frequency bands, the smoother and creamier the effect. Unlike its predecessors, Vokator’s advanced engine uses 1024 bands. In addition to its stunningly transparent, full-resolution operation, Vokator’s bands can even be grouped together for a convincing vintage-vocoder emulation. To ensure optimal dynamic range across the frequency spectrum, an integrated multi-band compressor balances the levels of all bands.
Fully Configurable Design
A pair of vocoding channels can either be spectrally combined or played independently. Channel A can be switched between an integrated file player or external input A, while Channel B can be set to a full-featured synthesizer, a time-stretching granular sampler, or external input B. For a traditional vocoder effect, the frequency spectrum of the external input would be controlled by the synthesizer, but Vokator’s capabilities are much more advanced than simple vocoding.
Diverse Sound Sources
Vokator is both an effect plug-in and a vocoder-based synthesizer. Its synthesizer features an advanced dual-oscillator design with dynamic preset morphing controlled by the modulation wheel. Vokator’s granular sampler can independently control a sample’s pitch and time. A full range of modulators – step sequencers, envelope followers, LFOs, and more – can be easily routed to any of the synthesizer’s or sampler’s parameters