Phonemklatura Phonemklatura contains 108 patches (including some variations) for the unique vocal synthesizer Phonem (PPG/Wolfgang Palm). These sounds are not aiming at any kind of vocal pseudo-realism, on the contrary, I am using the versatile and expressive vocal character of this synthesizer to create beautiful and delicate pads, ethereal overtone textures, fragile and edgy leads, haunting and alien voices, phonetic experiments, tempo-synced vocaloid mayhem, percussive mallet-like timbres, robotic voices, fantasy beings and other synthetic sounds only faintly reminding of their vocal origin.
Often Phonem's wavetable synthesizer is used to excite the vocal resonators using wavetables extracted from acoustic instruments like brass, woodwinds, string instruments, mallets and electronic textures with PPGs Wavemapper, expanding the possible palette of sounds even more. All sounds make extensive use of Phonem's x/y-pads which can be automated in any DAW and the modulation wheel, quite a few patches also use aftertouch.
As Phonem's onboard effects are very basic and are rarely used in any of these patches, I included some of the original LogicX demo projects containing Midi data and 3rd party effect plugins, and a Cubase 8-project with some effect chains using the native Cubase plugins, so you could use these settings as a starting point.
You can view/download the PDF for this soundset with more details, the licence agreement, and a patchlist including descriptions and playing tips here.
- *108 patches including some variations.
*159 resource files - utterances and wavetables in the native utd/wtz-format.
*15.9 MB installed
*Price: € 28 EUR
All demos were produced entirely with Phonem using only patches from Phonemklatura, some post-processing was applied (delay/reverb/chorus), if several instances of Phonem were used in a track, some volume automation was used.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F5nRRWA ... Dt&index=4
more videos and Phonem tutorials can be found in this youtube playlist.
https://soundcloud.com/sampleconstruct/ ... xperiments
Thank's for reading