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Rarecomponentadsr
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Vocoder ...

Post by Rarecomponentadsr » Sun Aug 30, 2015 3:27 pm

Well are any of us really going to own a genuine Moog Vocoder ?

But this week I got great wee substitute ..anyone looking for a hardware vocoder ? I cannot recommend the Harmonix Vocoder pedal enough...

A really well thought out and accomplished pedal...sounds superb and compliments my modular ...

No more software vocoders for me.

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Post by jsharpphoto » Sun Aug 30, 2015 4:08 pm

did you get the iron lung or the full on v256 (or whatever it's called). Assuming the V256, are you sending in a synth signal, or using the built in synth controlled via midi?
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Post by torinkrell » Sun Aug 30, 2015 4:25 pm

If you have room for a rack unit the Electrix Warpfactory is great vocoder!
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Post by MRNUTTY » Sun Aug 30, 2015 4:29 pm

I have the Warpfactory too!
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Re: Vocoder ...

Post by Rarecomponentadsr » Sun Aug 30, 2015 5:03 pm

It's the V256.....

Well thought out and versatile..internal synth via midi or just plug a gritty saw tooth in the instrumental input ....

Variable band settings ...

Good price too..I paid £129..... You certainly get a lot for your money....and the vocoder sounds ace !

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Re: Vocoder ...

Post by Bryan B » Mon Aug 31, 2015 10:09 am

I bought a used Analog Labs X32 Vocoder a while back and it is all that I was hoping for and then some! Very few were made, but it is an EMS clone.

It is a 2U rack unit and has 32 bands that can be used in stereo (every other band going left and right). It has a built in VCO and LFO for modulation as well as the normal inputs for carrier and excitation.
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Re: Vocoder ...

Post by Analogic » Mon Feb 27, 2017 6:50 pm

Bryan B wrote:I bought a used Analog Labs X32 Vocoder a while back and it is all that I was hoping for and then some! Very few were made, but it is an EMS clone.

It is a 2U rack unit and has 32 bands that can be used in stereo (every other band going left and right). It has a built in VCO and LFO for modulation as well as the normal inputs for carrier and excitation.
Any chance you'd sell the Analog Lab vocoder?

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