pdxindy wrote:Mushy Mushy wrote:pdxindy wrote:Icarus
Thanks, I'll keep it in mind if Lush101 doesn't come through for me.
Icarus has 2 filters... each can be set to any of dozens of filter types. Those types include IEA, AOU, IEAOU...
Lush vowel filter sounds more like the specific vowels, however the Icarus vowel filters are decent and of course since it is a wavetable synth you have much more osc flexibility... you can resynthesize audio into wavetables. You can use straight samples too. The wavetables also have the morph parameter which includes formant and vocoder options. So you can do all sorts of vocal sounds even before getting to the vowel filters.
Recently demo'd Icarus again, and... it's simply a great synth. Might pick it up on the next sale. Very fun to play around with. And, for a Tone2 synth, it's even pretty straight forward, with a classic workflow, and approach, which is quite rare on their synths.