Emulation of an 18 Channel filter-bank vocoder. Requires a Pentium CPU, Windows95, and a full-duplex sound card with up to date full duplex drivers. Designed for use with SoundBlaster cards, but may work with other brands.
Filters are 8th order (48dB/octave) digital Butterworth BPFs.
3 different filter bandwidths available
Sample/Hold of spectrum
Yodel mode (LFO)
User adjustable Graphical analyzer/synthesizer spectrum map
Graphical display of spectrum levels
Each channel can be panned and level can be set individually
Internal Pulse and noise excitation as well as external inputs
Can record output to a WAV file
Can read in WAV files to use as carrier or modulators
Sibilance feedthrough (like PAIA, Bode vocoders)
As seen in the January 1998 issue of Future Music Magazine, and the September 1998 issue of Keyboard Magazine!