Is there a vocoder on logic?

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).

How do you make a robotic voice logic?

In Logic Pro, click the Robotize button to turn on Robotize mode. In this mode, Vocal Transformer can augment or diminish the melody.

What are vocoder used for?

A vocoder (/ˈvoʊkoʊdər/, a contraction of voice and encoder) is a category of speech coding that analyzes and synthesizes the human voice signal for audio data compression, multiplexing, voice encryption or voice transformation.

What vocoder sounds like?

Vocoding a normal voice with white noise as provided in the effect will produce a robot-like voice for special effects. Other carriers can be used for subtly different voices, such as a sawtooth tone, a musical tone or a synthesized string chord.

How do you create vocal effects?

First, mix your vocals with EQ and compression. Second, apply some cool vocal effects….

  1. Add Wet Reverb.
  2. Pre- and Post-Delay.
  3. Depth with Delay.
  4. Turn Yourself into a Choir.
  5. Bus the Autotune for a Vocoder Effect.
  6. Widen the Vocals.
  7. Get a Megaphone Sound.

What is a vocoder and how does it work?

A vocoder is a synthesizer that’s used to affect audio recordings. You can make something sound much more digital by running it through a vocoder. Daft Punk makes great use of the vocoder across their whole discography. You can hear it on their song “Digital Love,” for example. Let’s be honest, Logic Pro’s vocoder isn’t exactly user friendly.

How do I set up Logic’s EVOC vocoder?

Setting up Logic’s vocoder can be tricky at first. Here’s how you do it. You’ll need an audio track that you want to affect. Then create a software instrument and select the EVOC Vocoder as its instrument. Don’t just throw EVOC on the audio track as a plugin.

What is an EVOC LFO and how to use it?

The pitch LFO can be useful with light depth settings. This creates a vibrato effect. Dial it up too high and it’ll sound super atonal and experimental. As you can imagine, vocals are the most popular uses for vocoders. But you can use EVOC on other sounds as well.