Compuvox is based on a technology known as Linear Predictive Coding (LPC) which has existed since the late 1960s. As with a number of the audio processors in VocalSynth, LPC was originally a communications technology for encoding intelligible speech at low bit rates to save bandwidth. Nowadays this computerized vocal sound is often used as a special effect common in electronic music production. The outcome sounds similar to infamous toys like the Furby, Speak n Spell (which uses LPC), and even older text-to-speech technologies.
Pro Tip: Add growl to vocals with Compuvox. Here’s how:
1. Add VocalSynth 2 to an audio track
2. Turn the Bats nob to the max
3. Automate the Global wet/dry blend in VocalSynth 2
4. Blend the effect to taste from the animation
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