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Thread: Softube Vocoder and DAW midi?

I am also having trouble getting the vocoder plugin to work, from within Ableton Live and Luna.

I have it set up on an audio track, as the manual indicates that it listens to the audio input as the modulator signal. But, there is no way to specify which midi input to use.
The plugin manual states that it listens on all midi channels, but it doesn't state whether it listens to all devices. The plugin MIDI activity indicator shows no activity, but it does show audio activity (the audio signal from the track).

I have tried setting it up on a midi track as well. In this case, I am seeing MIDI activity in the plugin UI. But, because Live does not recognize this plugin as a sidechain-capable plugin, I'm not able to select an audio track to be the modulator.

This all works fine in Logic Pro, where every plugin has a sidechain input UI (provided by Logic Pro) above the plugin UI. In that case, I set this up on a midi track, and choose another input or audio track as the sidechain source.


What am I missing??

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Softube Vocoder

Analog inspired real-time vocoder for retro and modern sounds.

Over the past four decades, vocoders have been used to stunning effect, transforming human voices into various forms of robot speak on hits by Herbie Hancock, Kraftwerk, Daft Punk, Afrika Bambaataa, and countless modern hit-making producers.

Developed by Softube, exclusively for UAD hardware and UA Audio Interfaces, the Softube Vocoder plug-in takes its sonic cues from the best analog vocoders of the past, while adding new features to take the iconic effect into the future.

Now You Can:

Track in real time through the iconic, hit-making robotic vocal effect made famous by Daft Punk, Afrika Bambaataa, Imogen Heap, and more

Create movement and texture on vocals, percussion, drum loops, and more via the Freeze feature

Record with a warm, analog-sounding 20-band vocoder for three-dimensional effects and textures

Craft everything from gritty, old-school vocoding, to more modern, polished sounds

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Softube Vocoder Basics

In this video, Softube product specialist George Reece shows you how to harness the Softube Vocoder on vocals, drum loops, and more.

Analog Synth Goodness

Powered by an onboard, analog-inspired synthesis engine, the Softube Vocoder plug-in bests other emulations of the classic vocoder effect with its warm, gritty, three-dimensional sound. And with a purpose built feature set, including 6-voice polyphony, four waveform types, pitch modulation, pulse-width modulation, and more, you can easily fine tune or totally reshape your sources with a bonafide analog synth.

Resynthesis Control

The Softube Vocoder plug-in gives you unprecedented control of the spectral response of your vocoded performance. Each band of the Vocoder analyzer can be independently adjusted, or grab the Spectral Tilt control to rapidly shift from high to low frequencies. The Parallel Blend control mixes the dry/wet signals allowing you to fine tune, or automate, the amount of synthetic texture added to your source.

Futuristic Freeze

A feature only found on the Softube Vocoder, the Freeze control lets you capture a snippet of a vocal, for example, and create chopped, DAW-synced rhythms within a track. And with real time control via MIDI, Freeze unlocks new creative possibilities for musicians and producers looking to create genre-bending sounds.

Customer Reviews

G. Hipwell

January 22, 2021

Review

Don’t have too much experience with other Vocoder plugs, but this works. The presets sucked for what I was looking for. I started at default and played with the settings until I found...

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A. Kolomvatsos

January 5, 2021

Great sound!

It's so easy to use and get insta good sound out of it.

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N. Assolo

January 4, 2021

Un Vocoder comme on l’aime!

Très efficace, Top!

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A. Faraboli

December 27, 2020

Softube Vocoder

Fantastic plugin! 5 super stars.

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L. Weisz

December 17, 2020

Szuper

szuper effekt. Teszi a dolgát.

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s. Ha

December 12, 2020

Vocoder product that I needed

Vocoder product that I needed

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Universal Audio releases Softube Vocoder Plug-In
by The Press Desk   8th November 2018

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Universal Audio releases Softube Vocoder plug-in

Vocoders have been used to stunning effect, transforming human voices into various forms of robot speak on hits by Herbie Hancock, Kraftwerk, Daft Punk, Afrika Bambaataa, and countless modern producers. Developed by Softube, exclusively for UAD hardware and UA Audio Interfaces, the Softube Vocoder plug-in takes its sonic cues from the best analog vocoders of the past, while adding new features to take the iconic effect into the future.

Softube Vocoder Plug-In — Key Features:
  • Generates iconic robotic vocal textures with classic analog vocoder tone
  • 12-voice polyphonic carrier synth with multiple waveforms and selectable octave
  • Freeze function can be DAW-synced to clock division, or controlled via MIDI
  • Variable bands (4, 8, 12, 16, 20) offering vintage to modern vocoding effects
  • Notes and chords can be entered in real time with the built-in keyboard or via MIDI
Price: $199

For more information: Softube Vocoder | UAD Audio Plugins | Universal Audio

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Why keep releasing this UAD exclusives Softube?

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Why keep releasing this UAD exclusives Softube?

Probably because uad is the smart one.

When softube has something really nice that could be sold at competitive prices in native and grabs lots of attention and nice sales figures, they decide to release through uad.

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Originally Posted by Michaeltn86➡️

Probably because uad is the smart one.

When softube has something really nice that could be sold at competitive prices in native and grabs lots of attention and nice sales figures, they decide to release through uad.

Makes sense, this would be a $99 release if not UAD exclusive.
I really can't understand why anybody would use UAD or other DSP platforms in 2018. The next generation of CPUs are going to have 64 kernels per Chip and with a full blown 2 chip EPYC 2 computer it will be nearly impossible to max out the cpu with audio. And there are excellent near zero latency interfaces, too....

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This is seriously a bummer.

But I am glad i didnt jump on UAD platform, them being no.1 is a thing of a past, the bar has been raised across the border. Many developers are on the same level as UAD if not better such as Kush, Relab, Softube, Soundtoys, Black Rooster Audio / Fuse Audio and the list keeps going. And each UAD plugin costs so much..

There’s a vocoder plugin coming from Zynaptiq, i guess that will be the one.

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Interesting that this has external sidechain support - AFAIK this is the first UAD plug-in to offer that?

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I'll take iZotope VocalSynth over this any day...

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Originally Posted by TLS➡️

I'll take iZotope VocalSynth over this any day...

After watching to the promo video I have to agree... nothing there that VocalSynth can’t do and more... But as a pure Vocoder both aren’t really doing it. The XILS Labs vocoder is really great when one wants the real deal.

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Zynaptiq's Orange Vocoder 4 will be out soon... Here's betting it's also $199...intro...

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Zynaptiq's Orange Vocoder 4 will be out soon... Here's betting it's also $199...intro...
That one probably worth the price.

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Originally Posted by long_time_lurker➡️

I really can't understand why anybody would use UAD or other DSP platforms in 2018. The next generation of CPUs are going to have 64 kernels per Chip and with a full blown 2 chip EPYC 2 computer it will be nearly impossible to max out the cpu with audio. And there are excellent near zero latency interfaces, too....
Please stop.

if you don't use it don't post.

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If you want vocoding at a lower price point that smokes plugin vocoding by a long mile then Electro Harmonix Iron Lung pedal is what you're after.

I understand that the convenience of having multiple plugins and not having to commit to analog recordings, or the fact that you need to bother to route synth sounds out of the computer through it, or have something OTB as a carrier...

But..it just sounds better, or at least I've yet to find anything as reliably authentic in plugin format. Perhaps this is it. No UAD here so I'll never know.

Just letting you know about the 'lung' if you didn't know already.

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Originally Posted by kelvyn➡️

After watching to the promo video I have to agree... nothing there that VocalSynth can’t do and more... But as a pure Vocoder both aren’t really doing it. The XILS Labs vocoder is really great when one wants the real deal.

Vocalsynth is amazing. BUT its a freaking CPU destroyer. It's basically unusable for me because I have to start a session that is just for vocal synth. I have a maxed out 2016 mac book pro. I should not be having those problems.

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Originally Posted by long_time_lurker➡️

I really can't understand why anybody would use UAD or other DSP platforms in 2018. The next generation of CPUs are going to have 64 kernels per Chip and with a full blown 2 chip EPYC 2 computer it will be nearly impossible to max out the cpu with audio. And there are excellent near zero latency interfaces, too....
Honest question, what Native system comes close to the latency of a Pro Tools HDX system?

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Please stop.

if you don't use it don't post.

Look up 'forum'.

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Originally Posted by OlavB➡️

Look up 'forum'.

One could easily reply look up ‘off topic.’ Yes this is a forum for discussion but this is the New Product subforum. There are more appropriate subforums for discussing the never ending dsp vs. native argument. It gets tiresome having to wade through the constant off topic posts when one wants to discuss the product being announced. It seems that every UAD product thread devolves into the same old dsp vs. native debate ad nauseum. Just my opinion...

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This one is still the one to beat in my opinion.

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Also Image-Line Vocodex is on another level in my opinion.

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This one is still the one to beat in my opinion.

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Also Image-Line Vocodex is on another level in my opinion.

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For the first time in a long time, I’m envious of a Windows only plugin. Vocodex.

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Originally Posted by long_time_lurker➡️

I really can't understand why anybody would use UAD or other DSP platforms in 2018. The next generation of CPUs are going to have 64 kernels per Chip and with a full blown 2 chip EPYC 2 computer it will be nearly impossible to max out the cpu with audio. And there are excellent near zero latency interfaces, too....
I can explain you my logic behind it, as I'm a 2018 newcomer to UAD and previous sceptic. I treat it just like an iLok, it doesn't matter to me if plugin works inside of it or it's native, it's just a gateway to unique and great tools, and I can't afford to NOT have the access to them.

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Originally Posted by long_time_lurker➡️

I really can't understand why anybody would use UAD or other DSP platforms in 2018. The next generation of CPUs are going to have 64 kernels per Chip and with a full blown 2 chip EPYC 2 computer it will be nearly impossible to max out the cpu with audio. And there are excellent near zero latency interfaces, too....
I know this isn’t the case with you...

...but, most other people that say something like this are just pissed because the platform is out of their financial reach.

It’s undeniable that UAD has something going on. Maybe it’s the unique way that the code is written for the Sharc chips, or simply that the folks at UAD are damn good at modeling analog gear, or both! All I know is that it sounds absolutely amazing!!

Lots of great native stuff out there, no doubt. But my sessions are loaded with UAD. Sounds encredible to me! Worth every Penny!

DSP vs Native is just another Mac vs PC flame war—who cares. Don’t get hung up on clock speeds and rubbish like that. Audio purposes DSP work differently than intel multi purpose CPUs. Not better or worse. Just a different approach.

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Like most people who read GS, I skip any and all tiresome posts about UAD being a “dongle” etc.

When people gripe about UAD, I personally blame Spotify.

I mean, UA just released a stunning, exacting model of a Lexicon 480L(!) for $350.

Instead of being ecstatic and feeling grateful, people just gripe about the price. You know why?

Because nobody is making money with recorded music anymore. Because of piracy and, subsequently, because of Spotify.

If you (or your clients) expect no income from your work, OF COURSE you’re going to think everything is too expensive.

What a weirdly pathetic age we’re all in!

- c

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Originally Posted by Silver Sonya➡️

Like most people who read GS, I skip any and all tiresome posts about UAD being a “dongle” etc.

When people gripe about UAD, I personally blame Spotify.

I mean, UA just released a stunning, exacting model of a Lexicon 480L(!) for $350.

Instead of being ecstatic and feeling grateful, people just gripe about the price. You know why?

Because nobody is making money with recorded music anymore. Because of piracy and, subsequently, because of Spotify.

If you (or your clients) expect no income from your work, OF COURSE you’re going to think everything is too expensive.

What a weirdly pathetic age we’re all in!

- c

Well said !!

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Originally Posted by Silver Sonya➡️

Like most people who read GS, I skip any and all tiresome posts about UAD being a “dongle” etc.

When people gripe about UAD, I personally blame Spotify.

I mean, UA just released a stunning, exacting model of a Lexicon 480L(!) for $350.

Instead of being ecstatic and feeling grateful, people just gripe about the price. You know why?

Because nobody is making money with recorded music anymore. Because of piracy and, subsequently, because of Spotify.

If you (or your clients) expect no income from your work, OF COURSE you’re going to think everything is too expensive.

What a weirdly pathetic age we’re all in!

- c

I think you can feel the effect in every section of GS, for the last few years. Go to the mastering subforum, and you'll find plenty of people complaining about how many artists now are trying to master their stuff themselves instead of sending it to a Masterer, and blaming it of the increasing DIY movement, when it's only half the story. Artists are trying to save every penny they can, and therefore studios are trying to save every penny they can, everyone is trying to save every penny they can.

The studio gear industry came burgeoning in an era where artists making a living out of their art was a real possibility, and those who weren't making a living at least had the HOPEthat it could happen at some point, therefore investing money in gear still carried the possibility of repaying itself at some point.
Now, even that glimpse of hope has vanished, with no outlook of music income getting better in the future, on the horizon.

Anything that affects economically the livelihood of artists WILL affect the music gear industry by ricochet.

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Originally Posted by abluesky➡️

For the first time in a long time, I’m envious of a Windows only plugin. Vocodex.

News - OSX, Alpha, Edison, Gross Beat, Harmless, Harmor, Maximus, Ogun, Slicex, Sytrus, Vocodex, Mac

They are porting it for Mac (albeit slowly). It's already available as an alpha version. Not sure if it works though.. haven't tried on my Mac.

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Originally Posted by Silver Sonya➡️

Like most people who read GS, I skip any and all tiresome posts about UAD being a “dongle” etc.

When people gripe about UAD, I personally blame Spotify.

I mean, UA just released a stunning, exacting model of a Lexicon 480L(!) for $350.

Instead of being ecstatic and feeling grateful, people just gripe about the price. You know why?

Because nobody is making money with recorded music anymore. Because of piracy and, subsequently, because of Spotify.

If you (or your clients) expect no income from your work, OF COURSE you’re going to think everything is too expensive.

What a weirdly pathetic age we’re all in!

- c

Well I can afford the UAD platform and used to be part of the ecosystem from the very get-go (still got my UAD-1 on a shelf somewhere). I also regularly work with an Apollo 8 at a different studio.

.. yet I think the whole platform is absolutely bonkers unless the only thing you need is realtime effects for tracking and the truly flexible microphone preamps (those are awesome!).

So who is justifying what here? Does it make it easier to lump us all into the "poor kids who make no income" category? That still doesn't change reality, no matter how hard you try. The platform, or rather the severely underpowered DSP, simply doesn't make much sense.

As for the 480, ReLabs version is already ridiculously close. They even matched the AD/DA conversion. The blind test vs the specific 480 they modeled is ridiculous. I consider myself fairly experienced in these kinds of tests and that one had me scracthing my head.

My point is this: Please don't lump us all into the "can't afford" category. That's just silly. There is a very real reason for people complaining. Those complaints would end rather abruptly if UA just released a next gen version with proper 2018 specs and DSP that actually wasn't outdated the moment it is released (which was NOT the case for the original UAD-1 but very much so the case for the UAD2). I'd have no problems putting 3k$ on a new system that could cope with modern plugin instance requirements. Nobody has ever doubted the awesome plugins UA and their partners make. Just their business practices of trying to milk every ounce of a severely outdated platform in the name of copy protection.

There's also a very good reason why the UA marketing has shifted a bit in the past years where real time FX advantages are mentioned more often and why the whole Apollo line up made sense. I suspect UA has just purchased a way too large batch of DSP chips and need to get rid of those (as they had to with the original UAD-1, remember that?).

People will call a spade a spade. It really is that simple.

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For the first time in a long time, I’m envious of a Windows only plugin. Vocodex.

It’s very nice. Did you try Waldorf Lector?
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Top 5 Friday - Best Vocoder VST Plugins - VocalSynth, Talkbox FX, Vocal Processing, Vocal Fx

The 10 Best Vocoder Plugins in 2021

Before we get into the best vocoder plugins available in 2021, let’s discuss what exactly a vocoder is. In 1928, Bell Labs invented the vocoder to reduce the bandwidth needed for long-distance audio communication. It didn’t work great for that purpose, but we now hear its signature sound on countless hit records.

You may have heard it on songs like "Stay" or "The Middle" by Zedd, or Daft Punk’s 2001 hit "Harder Better Faster Stronger." It is that signature robotic vocal sound that is rich, full, and intriguing to listen to. Vocoders work their magic by modulating a signal, usually a vocal, with another source — the most common of these carrier signals being the track's chord progression or lead synth.

Vocoders began as extremely expensive hardware units. But with software, we now have many more options to choose from that won’t break the bank. In this guide, we’ll provide information about each plugin, including the cost, type of plugin, quality of the sound, UI design, and other relevant details. No more waiting – let’s dive into the ten best vocoder plugins of 2021!

Pro Tip: Learn how to apply these tools in creative ways by checking out our video at the end of this article.


1. UAD Softube Vocoder

Price: $199
Plugin Type: Vintage Emulation
Quality / Design: Extremely high-quality sound, featuring an easy to use and simple design, despite packing a lot of advanced features.

My favorite software vocoder, hands down, would be the Softube Vocoder. It offers a rich and full sound, without being too harsh. It is also incredibly malleable, giving many options to remodel the signal. This is especially important with vocoders because dialing in the precise settings will make the effect sit in the mix way better with far less work. UAD and Softube are both companies known for their extreme attention to having accurate sounding emulations, and this plugin is no exception. As with all UAD software, this plugin requires having UA hardware to run, but this little guy is well worth it.


2. Polyverse Manipulator

Price: $149
Plugin Type: Digital Effect
Quality / Design: Sporting a fun and simple interface, this plugin has a bunch of goodies bundled in that makes it way more than just a vocoder.

If you’re looking for a clean digital vocoder, look no further. While the Softube Vocoder has a vintage analog feel to it, Manipulator comes in strong with a more modern approach to its sonic characteristics. It is more than just a vocoder. The Manipulator can handle all your vocal mangling and warping in one, making it an excellent mid-market investment.


Vocoder - Vocalsynth

3. iZotope Vocalsynth 2

Price: $199 or $9.99 on Splice.com
Plugin Type: Digital Effect
Quality / Design: iZotope comes in strong with this organized and well thought out plugin, featuring tons of options and stellar sound quality.

I have always been a big iZotope fan, but Vocalsynth 1 fell short of my expectations. They redeemed themselves with the release of iZotope Vocalsynth 2, garnering support from pop producer Ian Kirkpatrick (Dua Lipa, Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber, Britney Spears), and offering a completely redesigned and revamped plugin. If the price tag scares you, this monster can be picked up rent-to-own from Splice.com for a mere $9.99/month, making it way more approachable for the home-studio producer.


Vocoder - TAL

4. Tal Vocoder

Price: Free
Plugin Type: Vintage Emulation
Quality / Design: Not the most beautiful design, but easy to navigate and sounds great.

There’s a reason why the Tal Vocoder is the only free option on this list – it does its job, and it does it well. Designed to model the sound of 80s vocoders (but not any model in particular), the Tal sounds stellar and even has great built-in features like de-essing, frequency shaping, and a chorus option borrowed from the Juno. I’ve used this in many productions, and I love the sound I can squeeze out of it with minimal tweaking.


Vocoder - Antares EFX

5. Antares Autotune EFX+

Price: $199
Plugin Type: Vintage Emulation
Quality / Design: While designed mainly for tuning vocals, EFX+ also includes some vocal modulation features packed into an easy to use interface with a super high-quality sound.

Antares is famous for their revolutionary pitch correction algorithm, and their Autotune EFX+ tool is designed to be both a tuning plugin and an all-in-one vocal warping solution. While EFX+ includes multiple vocoder emulations, it merely applies the tonal effect of vocoding without allowing for MIDI input. If what you’re looking for is a quick touch-and-go solution for vocoding and other creative processing options, EFX+ is the way to go.


Vocoder - Vocodex

6. Image-Line Vocodex (Windows Only)

Price: $99
Type: Automatic 
Interface: Simple, clean, fun
Quality: High

Vocodex, one of FL Studio’s built-in effects, is a reliable option if you don’t want to dish out extra money. I find that this plugin has a very hollow sound when compared to other standard vocoders. I don’t enjoy it, but if it’s your cup of tea, it may be just what you’re looking for!


Vocoder - Ableton Stock

7. Ableton Vocoder

Price: Stock with Ableton
Plugin Type: Digital Effect
Quality / Design: All of Ableton's plugins showcase an unassuming interface, but this vocoder is anything but dull.

You might just be surprised at how incredible Ableton’s vocoder sounds. You’ve probably heard it on some of your favorite EDM artists’ tracks, and for a good reason. It’s simple, gets the job done, and sounds fantastic. As a Logic user, this is one of the very few Ableton features I’m jealous of.


Vocoder - Razor

8. Native Instruments Razor

Price: $99
Plugin Type: Synth
Quality / Design: Since this is a fully-fledged synth with an in-house vocoder, there are a lot of features that are not standard for a vocoder. If you’re familiar with synthesis, you should pick it up pretty quickly.

Built from Native Instruments' Reaktor platform, Razor's built-in vocoder makes it extremely versatile. Having the unit packaged into an entire synth allows you to produce radically different sounds compared to other vocoders. This is not a standard vocoder, but you can make some incredible ambiances and unique sounds with it.


Vocoder - OVox

9. Waves OVox

Price:  $69, but watch for one of Waves' frequent sales
Plugin Type: Synth
Quality / Design: With a pretty interface and unique sounding options, OVox is a contender to be your next secret sauce for vocals.

OVox is one of Waves’ newest plugins, and Andrew Huang was quick to jump on its endorsement. While I don’t have personal experience with OVox (yet), it is a powerful vocal resynthesis tool that does much more than just vocoding. With tuning, talkbox, arpeggiation, and tons of customizable modulation options, standing out from the crowd has become easier than ever.


Vocoder - Morphoder

10. Waves Morphoder

Price: Price varies based on current sale price
Plugin Type: Vintage Emulation
Quality / Design: By far the most outdated design on this list, but an inexpensive plugin that, while not sounding amazing, will get the job done.

Morphoder is one of those plugins that’s been around forever and is still chugging along. It doesn’t sound great, and doesn’t have any newfangled or fancy features. It just does what it does, and is one of the cheaper options on this list. It has a 5-band linear phase EQ built-in, making sculpting the sound slightly more convenient. I’m not particularly enthusiastic about the Morphoder, but it is one of the original vocoder plugins and deserves a spot.

Video: Getting the Most From Your Vocoder

Vocoders are powerful creative tools, and amateur producers often miss out on opportunities to get the most out of these plugins. Watch this video for modern applications for these timeless effects and start using them to their full creative potential.


Where To Go From Here

Vocoders are an incredible tool to have in your creative kit. If you're truly passionate about the process, a hardware vocoder can easily be an additional source of inspiration. A great piece to look at is the Korg microKORG XL+ Synthesizer. While at $550, this is a much more expensive option than software. But compared to other hardware synths and outboard gear, the micoKORG is quite affordable.

Now that we've broken down the ten best vocoders of 2021, you're ready to figure out which one works best for you, and get started on mangling your vocals. Just remember – none of these options is a "wrong" choice, and you can make fantastic music with any one of them.

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Vocoder softube

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UAD Softube Vocoder Demo

Oohh, Leera, what are you. Did you think, Dimochka, that you would take advantage of the moment, and a beautiful girl would just live with you and entertain you. I've seen this look in men before. You can immediately see what you want, you are all lustful, only each in his own way turns out to fool the girls.

No, what are you, I didn't mean to fool you or do something bad.

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