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Hey what’s up guys. This is Ray Zapronak from Ray Z Tutorials?
Today I’m gonna go ahead and show you how to use the Vocoder effect in Logic Pro X. The Vocoder effect allows you to go ahead and transform your voice to the sound of a instrument, or transform your instrument to the sound of a voice. It’s that robot voice effect you always hear sometimes.
They say there are supposably some other third party standalone Vocoders that are supposably better than Logic’s? But this is like super convenient. Plus, honestly, I never tried those other ones, so save that for a later tutorial. Haha. LOL.
So, first thing you’re gonna wanna go ahead and do is, is you’re gonna wanna go ahead and make sure you have a piece of audio to work with. I sometimes usually always just use my own voice.
So the very next thing you’re gonna wanna do is you’re gonna wanna go ahead and bring up a new software instrument. You can easily go ahead and do that by just going ahead and selecting this button right here.
Next you’re gonna wanna go ahead and scroll down and select the EVOC 20 PS Synth Vocoder and choose stereo output. Remember not to skip that step. I sometimes never remember to choose stereo, so I sometimes always have to go back and select it again. Literally.
Now first thing you’re gonna wanna go ahead and do is you’re gonna wanna go ahead and sidechain the signal.
Sidechain sounds complicated but it’s just a technical term for how sidechain a signal.
That’s turnt up.
And hey, we’re pretty much almost all the way there to get this set up. So, now the very next thing you’re gonna wanna do is you’re gonna wanna go ahead and find the sound that you wanna go ahead and use for vocoding. I’ve chosen this rad synth sound with some cool chord changes I laid down earlier.
Next thing we’re gonna wanna do is you wanna go over to our signal area? And make sure we have VOC selected. I’m gonna go ahead and hit play.
’N’ that’s it. I hope this helps you get to achieve the final net end results you’re looking for using the Vocoder effect.
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from Levity & Novelty,
released February 1, 2020
vocal, guitars, bass, keyboards, synths & drum programming: Brian Woodbury