21st July 2009
Prodyon has released Enchoir, a vocoder-based 6-part Vocal-Harmonizer VST effect plug-in for Windows. It can be used to create vocal backing-lines in a short period of time. Enchoir uses a doubling-algorithm to make you sound like you had 20 people singing with you. It can be used for any musical style where you need to either thicken up the lead vocal or have a choir singing in the background.
- 6-part vocal-harmony.
- 5 different so called "choir-modes".
- High quality FFT stereo vocoder.
- Internal 24-voice doubling algorithm.
- Two reverb-engines.
- Stereo width control.
- Adjustable vocal "scooping".
- Breath/unvoiced detection for clear sound.
- Random formant alternation.
- Harmony-follow mode (+2 octaves).
- Harmony-hold mode (freezes lead vocal).
- Auto-mute option.
- Built-in vocal enhancer.
- Natural vibrato, controllable via aftertouch.
- "Blur" and "bluenotes" option for humanization.
- VST 2.0-compliant, fully automatable.
- 2 GHz Processor and 512 MB RAM required.
The Enchoir v1.2 update features the following changes:
- Reduced CPU usage.
- Improved audio clarity.
- Added a breath knob.
- Added a vibrato indicator LED (aftertouch).
- Added a label to the reverb mix knob.
Enchoir has an MSRP of $99.95 but is currently available for the introductory price of $79.99. All new versions and updates are free for life for registered users. Also, Enchoir will be expanded in the future with new "voices" for free.
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