Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Great Vokator Video Tutorials

Native Instruments' now-defunct Vokator plug-in is without a doubt, the coolest, most flexible vocoder I have ever used. It sounds absolutely fantastic and offers seemingly unlimited ways of mangling sound far beyond your bog standard Cylon voice. This flexibility comes at a price, however, and the complexity of the instrument means it is not the most user-friendly plug-in you're ever likely to work with. Even with the manual, it can be a daunting program to master. What clarified everything for me was this extremely thorough set of video tutorials by Mats Claesson.

UPDATE: Sorry for the previously broken link. It's fixed now!

2 comments:

www.matsc.net said...

I have updated the vokator tutorial,
the new link is:

http://www.matsc.net/vocator%20i.html

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