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Enchoir is a vocoder-based 6-part Vocal-Harmonizer. 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.
Reviewed By firstname.lastname@example.org
August 25, 2009
Prodyon made a really nice sounding little harmonizer with some cool features that i never encountered in other harmonizers until today.
What counts for me the most is the ease of use with Enchoir. You just have some knobs here and there, a preset loader and there you go. I just sounds nice out of the box. All you have to do is sing into the microphone, play some notes on your MIDI keyboard and voilá - silk harmonies from behind.
I just truly discovered some of the other features after a little EMail conversation between me and Prodyon. Now i finally now how to make proper use of the Harmony Hold, Shift and Phrase recording functions.
The phrase recording does record what i sing in the background and then lets me play it back while playing notes on top of it - awesome! Exactly this is one of the things i was always missing in software harmonizers. They all have cool sounds, proper skins and stuff - but since i came from the H/W world - i was always wondering why no one thought of this before.
Prodoyn promised a documentation in the next release as well - i´m looking forward to it. So far it was rock solid, i never experienced a crash.
All i can say is: Be sure to check out the demo version and have a go - it´s definately worth it!!Read more