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VoiCode for Pyramix 7 - can't do this OTB.

Discussion in 'Recording' started by audiokid, Aug 11, 2014.

  1. audiokid

    audiokid Staff

    You can't do this OTB. This very impressive! Try summing this mono to compare what they are doing and how the effect still stays in phase.

    VoiCode for Pyramix 7


    View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dqo09pFKFRY#t=186
     
  2. thatjeffguy

    thatjeffguy Active Member

    Wow, very impressive. I could see how this would be very useful in certain circumstances, especially enlivening old mono recordings like he demo'd.
    Every now and then I get asked to mix tracks that I didn't track... sometimes I have to create a stereo element out of a single mono source. I do the usual duplicate, pan, delay, E.Q.. This would be easier and possibly give a better result! Definitely going to check this out some more.
    Thanks for posting Chris (a.k.a. "The Gear Guru")
    ~Jeff
     
  3. audiokid

    audiokid Staff

    Pleasure Jeff!

    Wow eh! :love:

    +2
    I'm on this one like a heart attack. I've never heard better. This is exactly what I'm talking about with restoration software and room simulation technology. I sold my Bricasti's after this and I'm pretty certain I'm going to be selling a few more pieces . Nothing I've heard to date can touch this.
     
  4. thatjeffguy

    thatjeffguy Active Member

    Unfortunately for me, it appears to be Windows PC Only, Mac not indicated. Hopefully they will eventually port the VoiCode plug to the Mac format.
    I also couldn't locate a single "Dealer" that had it for sale... perhaps it's brand new and not yet available? Anyway, seems to be a great product!
     
  5. audiokid

    audiokid Staff

    Yes, I'm currently searching for this as well. Kudo's!
    I found the same thing (nothing) but, Dave from HHB in Canada is listed as the Distributor for them. I've contacted headquarters and sent a link to this topic. Hopefully we learn more about it!
     
  6. audiokid

    audiokid Staff

    Hey Jeff,
    Windows7 is a beautiful OS btw. This software, Sam/Sequoia 12 to name a few gems are also only PC and not doing Mac for probably a very good reason.
    After being a die hard Mac user for years, it seemed to me, the better programs I was interested in never left Windows or try and make two OS's run exactly the same. Sooner or later we all have to decide which way to go, my guess is, in the world of sharing databases, Microsoft seems like the clear winner. I see plug-ins as sharing a common database, which is the DAW. The DAW is the host and gui I suppose, plugs are the programs like business needs.
    Anyway, I could be way off but the fact is, that these mastering or very dedicated programs are usually Windows.
    In 2006 I stopped Apple and PT and never regretted it once.

    I believe there is a PC or Mac bridge? Something else to consider some day, I would get a PC (they are cheap) and master into it over summing back to your main tracking DAW. Once I did this, I've never looked back. The benefits are well worth the small investment that keeps you saying, why didn't I do this before.
     

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