Digital Brain Instruments has released Talkie Box 3, a major upgrade for the Radio, Walkie Talkie and Telephone sounds designer tool.
New in Talkie box 3:
- Improved audio engine.
- Improved pre-designed built-in filters.
- New files browser section.
- Improved recording system. Ability to record source input and individual processing sections simultaneously.
- Pitch Shifting at Sampler section.
- 4 plugin slots at Master Rack.
- Improved MIDI assign system.
- Support for the latest Mac & Windows OS.
- Native support for Apple Silicon M1.
- Radio & Walkie-Talkie Emulator
- Telephone Emulator. Dial pad.
- Morse code tone generator
- Noise Engine. Up to 6 pre-designed noise signals. Design you own interferences sounds and background noise.
- Voice Lab. Add background noise and bad reception sounds to your voice. Input signal is convolved through designed audio signal at Noise Engine. Input depending activation (based on input source level).
- Noise Tap. Trigger designed noise signal as if it were a sampler. Amplitude envelope.
- Sampler. Includes 6 pre-recorded radio sounds. Load your own sounds. Pitch shifting.
- Fine-Tuning emulation dial (AFC).
- Master Rack. Includes 4 VST/AU plugin sections. HPF & LPF. Sampling Rate/Bit Depth distortion.
- Midi. Control Talkie Box 3 using your MIDI device.
- Recording. Up to 192kHz/32-bit.
- Source Recording. Record the source input on a separate audio file simultaneously.
- Layers Recording. Record each processing section on a separate audio file simultaneously.
- Batch Processing. Process a large number of files within one-click.
- Presets Manager.
Price: $69 (Intro offer 25% off with code: WELCOMETB3). Plus, get the Re:Cycle App for free on any order until April 30th, 2022. A 7-Day Demo version is available. Talkie Box 2 users can upgrade at 50% off.
- Intel machine running OS X 10.11.6 or later. 64-bits. 4GB RAM Recommended.
- Apple M1 ARM machine running OS 11.0 or later. 64-bits. 4GB RAM Recommended.
- Windows 8 or later, multicore processor. 64-bits. 4GB RAM Recommended.
Introduction Video: YouTube.com/watch?v=98DgEXzbHNs