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La Voz Cantante

Vocoder Plugin by MV's Plugins

La Voz Cantante has an average user rating of 5.00 from 3 reviews

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Reviewed By diggiwhat [read all by] on 3rd November 2020
Version reviewed: 6B on Windows.
Last edited by diggiwhat on 3rd November 2020.
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I'm very impressed with this plugin, soundwise it's by far the best free vocoder I have found and it's actually on par with many paid ones as well. I was searching for a good vocoder VST for a while now and I'm very happy to find that one of the best options out there is actually free. It doesn't have as many options to customize your sound like some other plugins do (e.g. VocalSynth 2), but classic vocoder sounds are very well possible and since you can use your synth of choice as an external carrier signal, you have a wide variety of possibilites anyway.

I also think everyone who likes this vocoder should check out the "Midi Choir" plugin made by the same developer. It simply pitches your voice to the MIDI notes that you play and has a higher polyphony than La Voz Cantante, meaning that you can play chords with more than 3 notes at a time. It sounds really good as well.

If anyone runs into problems, because of the lack of a 64-bit version for this plugin, you should look into jBridger, an application that converts 32-bit plugins to 64-bit.

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Comments & Discussion for MV's Plugins La Voz Cantante

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Mac of BIOnighT
Mac of BIOnighT
4 March 2017 at 5:41pm

This tool is impressive indeed, clear and very pleasant to the ears! :) I only have a problem with it, I don't know if it's my computer or the effect: it only works as a master effect, which seriously limits its use and makes working with it very complicated. Is it my set-up or is that a choice by the developer? It would be fantastic if it could be made to work as an insert effect, too...

Beautiful, anyway :)

9 March 2017 at 6:56am

Glad you like how it sounds, Mac.

The plugin really just provides the inputs and outputs, the rest is a matter of the routing capabilities of your DAW. I use Reaper, and it is really easy to set up, but it should not be a problem for most other DAWs. The routing is similar to compressor sidechaining.

Good luck.

Mac of BIOnighT
Mac of BIOnighT
10 March 2017 at 2:15am

No big deal, I can just vocode the vocals, solo the track, export as audio and insert it in the project - thank you so much again :)

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