The One Vocoder?

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The One Vocoder?

Post by synth&swindle » Sun Dec 30, 2018 1:26 am

Has anyone had a good experience with The One's vocoder effects? I have had several unsuccessful goes. Using an SM58, trim has to be at 100% to get a response, and basically am getting nothing but broken, distorted barks. Is this another to add the Moog to do list in future update or am I missing something? Admittedly, have not tried building my own from init yet.

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Re: The One Vocoder?

Post by MC » Sun Dec 30, 2018 8:15 pm

You need a mic preamp. The output of a mic is very small and it is unlikely that the M1 trim has enough gain for a microphone.
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Re: The One Vocoder?

Post by _DemonDan_ » Mon Dec 31, 2018 10:58 am

synth&swindle wrote:Has anyone had a good experience with The One's vocoder effects? I have had several unsuccessful goes.

Hi synth&swindle,

Hang tight. The next firmware update will significantly improve the Vocoders.
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Re: The One Vocoder?

Post by jmcecil » Mon Dec 31, 2018 12:33 pm

It's great to hear that they are working on the vocoders!
I'll add a "Part II" to the comment on using a pre-amp.

-you also need to use a compressor going into it. It is SUPER sensitive. You need to maintain as stable a signal as possible once you find your spot.

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Re: The One Vocoder?

Post by synth&swindle » Mon Dec 31, 2018 12:47 pm

Ahhh, makes sense. Thanks!

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Re: The One Vocoder?

Post by vulcan666 » Sun Feb 10, 2019 3:29 am

_DemonDan_ wrote:
synth&swindle wrote:Has anyone had a good experience with The One's vocoder effects? I have had several unsuccessful goes.

Hi synth&swindle,

Hang tight. The next firmware update will significantly improve the Vocoders.


It would be super useful to include the rev number expected to include the fix. I see that you posted this in December, but I'm not sure when 1.0.3 came out -- so I don't know if I already have the fix or whether I'm waiting for 1.0.4.

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Re: The One Vocoder?

Post by _DemonDan_ » Wed Feb 13, 2019 4:10 pm

vulcan666 wrote:It would be super useful to include the rev number expected to include the fix. I see that you posted this in December, but I'm not sure when 1.0.3 came out -- so I don't know if I already have the fix or whether I'm waiting for 1.0.4.

I'm new here but I already see you're a great asset here. Thanks Dan!!

Hi vulcan666,
I don't use vocoders a lot, and haven't had time to mess with it, but I believe that 1.03 had significant improvements for it.
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Re: The One Vocoder?

Post by paddy ryan » Sun Feb 24, 2019 4:14 pm

The MIC in input on the ONE has enough juice dont need a preamp.

But the vocoder sure is sensitive to levels!! When you get enough level its too easy to overdrive it in a moment of vocal passion.

Also, with any level of sibilance, the raw voice comes through...at mix level 100 and (say) 50% sibilance i hear my voice loud and clear in the mix.

Version 1.03, BTW

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