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Logic has been good enough to include a Vocoder in its collection of effect plug-ins—the EVOC 20 (the E comes from the old days (Emagic) and the 20 is the maximum number of frequency bands—see below). In fact, Logic has not one, but three versions of this effect—two audio processors and an Instrument, which incorporates its own ted Reading Time: 8 mins. Let’s be honest, Logic Pro’s vocoder isn’t exactly user friendly. With tons of confusing knobs and menus, it’s hard to know where to start. But with a little practice it’s super easy! This guide to Evoc20 will show you how to use the vocoder in Logic Pro X But if you just want to learn about Logic P. Download Lists. Ultimate List of free templates for logic Pro X By W. A. Production 10, Oct Here we go. A monstrous list of free templates. Be aware that most websites do require you to register or follow them in order to access their free content. Templates will have instruments loaded, effects loaded, and all of the.
 
 

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Logic has been good enough to include a Vocoder in its collection of effect plug-ins—the EVOC 20 (the E comes from the old days (Emagic) and the 20 is the maximum number of frequency bands—see below). In fact, Logic has not one, but three versions of this effect—two audio processors and an Instrument, which incorporates its own ted Reading Time: 8 mins. Let’s be honest, Logic Pro’s vocoder isn’t exactly user friendly. With tons of confusing knobs and menus, it’s hard to know where to start. But with a little practice it’s super easy! This guide to Evoc20 will show you how to use the vocoder in Logic Pro X But if you just want to learn about Logic P. Download Lists. Ultimate List of free templates for logic Pro X By W. A. Production 10, Oct Here we go. A monstrous list of free templates. Be aware that most websites do require you to register or follow them in order to access their free content. Templates will have instruments loaded, effects loaded, and all of the.
 
 
 
 

Joe Albano on Sep 21, in Logic Pro 2 comments. The Vocoder has been around for a long time—originally developed in the s! More recently, Vocoder effects have been incorporated into music by various artists, ranging from Coldplay to Daft Punk. Vocoders are capable of quite a number of effects, from harsh, metallic Robot Voices Cylons , to a quantized pitch effect similar to the Auto-Tune effect.

Logic has been good enough to include a Vocoder in its collection of effect plug-ins—the EVOC 20 the E comes from the old days Emagic and the 20 is the maximum number of frequency bands— see below. In fact, Logic has not one, but three versions of this effect—two audio processors and an Instrument, which incorporates its own synthesizer.

It encodes the characteristics of the voice using a bank of narrow-band filters—the EVOC lets you choose anywhere from 5 to There are actually two filter banks—the Analysis and Synthesis banks.

The Vocoder works by breaking up an analysis signal the voice, in these examples, but it could be anything into narrow frequency bands; the included Synthesizer is broken up into the same, corresponding bands.

Each of the analysis bands is coupled to its own Envelope Follower, which controls the envelope of the corresponding Synthesizer band. This superimposes the shape of the analysis wave—the vocal—onto whatever the synthesizer is playing chords, melody. So why does this make it sound like the Synthesizer is singing?

Well, a human voice produces a number of resonant peaks called Formants—several of these combine to create the different vowel sounds. The Vocoder captures the changing envelopes of these Formants with its narrow Frequency bands, and the Envelope Followers apply those envelopes to the synth sound, making the synth, in effect, produce vowels, as if it were speaking the words of the vocal signal.

All of these aspects can be tweaked with the various controls in the EVOC, giving you the option to push the effect either toward clarity or away, towards a more synthetic or edgy quality. These will alter the corresponding Synth Formants only, providing familiar tonal-shifting special effects Audio Example 3. The Resonance control, to the right, can also be used to intensify the effect.

Audio Example 3 A Vocoded signal, with the Formant Stretch knob narrowed, then gradually widened; then the Formant Shift knob shifted down, then gradually shifted up:. Above the graph, you can set the overall bandwidth Fig 3 E —narrower bandwidths will also have a more pronounced synth-y effect Audio Example 4.

Audio Example 4 The same signal, first with a wider bandwidth Hz , then a narrower one Hz :. To the left are the Synth controls Fig 3 F , where you can dial up anything from an analog to an FM-type synth sound. These are the un-pitched portions of speech—the consonants. The Sensitivity knob determines the response to the un-voiced components—too low, and the effect will lack clarity and intelligibility. As you can see Fig 4 , the key controls are mostly the same. Obviously, there are a lot more controls in these plug-ins, and a lot more effects on tap as well, but this is all we have room for now.

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