Vocov is a VSTi Vocoder.
Internal 2OSC synth is used for carrier.
you can use .wav files to modulator audio, or you can use other audio track on your host app by VOCOVCapture.dll ( used as a VST Effect) . VOCOV will automatically connect to VOCOVCapture.
How to Use
1. Simple usage (if modulator source is not so long wav file)
Load "VOCOV.dll" to your host app as a VSTi.
Load .wav file to VOCOV VSTi and select.
(wav file should be a LPCM/ 8 or 16 bits format)
You can control VOCOV as a synth via MIDI track.
2. Advanced usage (you can use a audio track as a modulator source)
Prepare audio track for modulator & midi track for carrier control.
Load "VOCOV.dll" to your host app as a VSTi controlled by MIDI track.
Insert "VOCOVCapture.dll" to audio track.
Select VSTi's modulator source to "from VOCOV Capture".
* CARRIER Section
o 2OSC 8Voice Polyphonic
* MODULATOR Section
o Upto 4 .WAV File can be load
* VOCODER Section
o Gain: input gain
o Conj: dummy
o Follow: modulator follow time
o Bands: freq resolution
* EQ Section
o 6 Bands EQ
* 1.02 20070207
o vocoding engine improved
o GraphicEQ added
o internal carrier synth modified to 2OSC
* 0.6 20070203
o GUI revised
o some host crash issue is fixed
* 0.5 20070201
o first Release
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