New iPhone Vocoder, Virsyn iVoxel, Let’s You Talk Like Daleks, Play Talking Basslines

iPhone Music Software: Virsyn has introduced iVoxel, a new vocoder for for iPhone/iPod and iPad.

iVoxel is a combination of a voice optimized synthesizer and a vocoder.

The vocoder part is based on the Matrix vocoder from VirSyn used by many famous artists – one of them the well known german group Kraftwerk. The channel filters used by iVoxel are based on the Sennheiser Vocoder VSM201 resulting in a rich and fat analogue sound characteristic.

Pricing and release date are TBA. Details below.

Features:

  • Realtime analysis/resynthesis of your voice
  • 20 Channel vocoder
  • Voice spectrum recorder (voxels)
  • Over 200 prerecorded voxels included
  • Play your vocoded voice live on keyboard. Drag for slides and vibrato.
  • Sequencer for notes & lyrics
  • Voice optimized monophonic synthesizer
  • Time warping of voxels
  • Gender changer
  • Breath noise
  • 12dB Lowpass filter
  • Pitch vibrato with delay
  • Chorus/Delay effects
  • Export/Import of projects and voxels
  • Export of audio recordings

You can use iVoxel in two different ways:

  • As a realtime vocoder talking into the microphone while playing tunes on the keyboard. The sound character of your voice can be changed in many different aspects like pitch, gender or breath noise.
  • Record the analyzed spectrum of phrases and words from your own voice. Then use these voxels to play with your own voice on the keyboard or with the build in sequencer. Over 200 hundred prerecorded voxels are already included.

8 thoughts on “New iPhone Vocoder, Virsyn iVoxel, Let’s You Talk Like Daleks, Play Talking Basslines

  1. Unfortunately, nobody wants to develop for PCs anymore, because Windows users download and use cracked software.

    On the bright side – there's lots of buggy freeware music apps.

  2. So the iPad apps cannot be cracked ? what is it the makers of the iPad know that
    the makers of software for windows don't know ?

    maybe I don' fully understand the iPad thing…software is software is it not ?

  3. Apps get loaded to iOS devices through the App store. This limits what you can load, but it ensures that developers get paid.

    If you "jailbrake" an iOS device, you can load cracked apps to it, but you won't be able to connect to the App store anymore to get legitimate apps, so it's not worth it to most people.

  4. If you “jailbrake” an iOS device, you can load cracked apps to it, but you won’t be able to connect to the App store anymore to get legitimate apps, so it’s not worth it to most people.

    NOT TRUE

Leave a Reply