iZotope VocalSynth & DDLY Bundle - Software Suite for Creative Implementation in Audio Production (Download)

iZotope VocalSynth & DDLY Bundle - Software Suite for Creative Implementation in Audio Production (Download)

iZotope VocalSynth & DDLY Bundle - Software Suite for Creative Implementation in Audio Production (Download)

B&H # IZ10VSDDLY MFR # 10-VSDDLY
Discontinued

Product Highlights

  • For Music Production & Sound Design
  • Vocal Rysynthesis & Dynamic Delay
  • Vocoder, Talkbox, Polyvox, & Compuvox
  • On-Board Wavetable Synthesizers
  • Auto & MIDI Modes / Sidechain Capability
  • Dual Delay Lines
  • Adjustable Threshold Send
  • Analog or Grain Modes
  • AAX, AudioSuite, RTAS, AU & VST
  • Mac OS X, Windows
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Packed together by iZotope for your convenience, the VocalSynth & DDLY Bundle gives you two creative tools in one downloadable software suite. VocalSynth provides you with vocoder, talkbox, polyvox, and compuvox processors, as well as on-board wavetable synthesis, sidechain capability, and the ability to work with audio and MIDI signals. Essentially, if you want to resynthesize your voice, mangle it to new creative depths, or apply vocoding effects to a sound by combining it with a sung vocal, VocalSynth is a good tool for the job.

DDLY, on the other hand, is software offering two delay lines that respond to source material in a dynamic manner. It has threshold controls that allow you to send signals above a certain level to one of the delay lines, and delays below a predetermined level to another. Analog and grain modes are provided on both delay lines, and the results are quite suitable for sound-design experiments. This software suite runs on Mac and Windows computers, operating in AAX, AudioSuite, RTAS, AU, and VST formats.

  • VocalSynth - Vocal Resynthesis and Harmony Generation Software (Download)

    Designed by iZotope to give you a plethora of options in processing and resynthesizing your voice, VocalSynth is a software download for both Windows and Mac operating systems. It's intended for use with major digital audio workstations (DAWs). An instance of this plug-in provides access to four separate vocal engines (Vocoder, Talkbox, Polyvox, & Compuvox), each of which aids in creating synthetic vocal effects of the sort endemic in many pop productions; whether you're going for a Talkbox sound reminiscent of Daft Punk, a Vocoder timbre conjuring the Beastie Boys, or an entirely new sound of your own creation, VocalSynth provides the powerful engine of an iZotope plug-in with intuitive controls.

    In addition to its synthesis capabilities, VocalSynth provides other tools useful to the mixing vocals, such as a dedicated pitch corrector, which allows you to tune your voice to varying degrees. Also, a dedicated effects section complements the module chain, giving you distortion, filtering, speaker emulation, beat repeat (shred), and delay.

    Input Flexibility
    No MIDI? No problem: you can sidechain any vocal—or indeed, any instrument—as a foundation for VocalSynth's effects. Should you happen to have access to a MIDI controller (or wish to draw in the notes yourself), feel free to use VocalSynth's on-board wavetable synthesizers.
    Auto or MIDI Voice Generation
    You can use Auto mode to choose which intervals you'd like to use (unison, octave, third, fifth, etc.), or plug in a MIDI controller to voice the exact harmonies you'd like to hear.
    Four Dedicated Modules
    VocalSynth provides separate engines for Vocoder, Talkbox, Polyvox, and Compuvox timbres. Use any of these to emulate the tones of classic records or to achieve something truly new.
    Pitch Corrector
    Correct off-key notes within your vocal takes in real-time, preserving the timbre and formants of your voice for a more natural result—though of course, as with any pitch corrector, you can throw caution to the wind and generate truly bizarre results.
    Effects
    Shape the character of the processed vocal even more with this dedicated effects section, which provides distortion, filtering, beat-repeating via shred, stereo delays, and speaker convolution modeling.
    Presets
    As with other iZotope bundles, VocalSynth comes stocked with many presets evoking classic production techniques for you to try at a moment's notice. You can create, modify, and store your own as well.
  • DDLY Dynamic Delay Effects Plug-In (Download)

    The DDLY Dynamic Delay from iZotope is a plug-in featuring two delay lines that respond dynamically to the source material. The user is able to adjust the threshold to split the signal based on transients, and then send it down two separate analog or granular delay paths. For instance, one could set up the delay on a drum track to only add echo to the harder attacks of the kick and snare, without adding delay to the buzz from the snares, room noise, or a sloppy high hat that would make the mix sound muddy or crowded.

    It is easy to emphasize the full range of the vocal take with a subtle delay on the verse, and a more intense delay on the bigger moments in the chorus. Try it on guitars to add delay and echo to only the loudest parts of a performance, and not touch the more intimate moments. And in all these scenarios, the delay can be automated over the course of a whole mix to add movement and variety.

    Two delays in one
    Analyzes audio based on an adjustable threshold to determine what to send to the top delay and what to send to the bottom delay
    Adjust the Intensity to affect how strongly the signal is split between the two, for a punchy delay on the harder, transient crack of drums and a shuffling delay on the main beat elements
    Analog or Grain modes on both delays
    Analog produces warm lo-fi delays with smearing and nostalgic degradation
    Grain produces melodic, symphonic, and futuristic sounds for new soundscapes
    Responsive interface reacts to the source material for real-time visual feedback
    Set up automation in the audio host to engage the dynamic delay on a mix
  • VocalSynth - Vocal Resynthesis and Harmony Generation Software (Download)
    Operating System Requirements Windows: 7, 8, and 10
    Mac: OS X 10.8 and higher
    System Recommendations (Minimum) 2.8 GHz Intel Core i7 (or comparable)
    VocalSynth's Wave-meter requires a graphics card that supports OpenGL 2.0
    Plug-In Format AAX (64-bit), AAX AudioSuite (64-bit), RTAS (32-bit), DPM AudioSuite (32-bit), VST2, VST3, and Audio Unit
    Host Compatibility Pro Tools 10.3.1, Pro Tools 11.3.1, Pro Tools 12.4, Ableton Live 9.5, Logic Pro X, Cubase Pro 8.5, REAPER 5.11, Studio One 3.1.1, FL Studio 12.2 and more
  • DDLY Dynamic Delay Effects Plug-In (Download)
    Supported Sample Rate 44.1, 48, 88.2, 96, 176.4, and 192 kHz
    System Requirements Mac
    OS X 10.8 to 10.11
    Host software that supports AAX Native (64-bit), Audio Units (32-/64-bit), AudioSuite DPM and AAX, RTAS (32-bit), VST2 (32-/64-bit), or VST3 (32-/64-bit) plug-in formats

    Windows
    Windows 7, 8, 10
    Host software that supports AAX Native (64-bit), AudioSuite DPM and AAX, RTAS (32-bit), VST2 (32-/64-bit), or VST3 (32-/64-bit) plug-in formats

    Note
    All listed plug-in formats include support for automation except for AudioSuite DPM and AudioSuite AAX
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