Vocoding a VST

Discussion in 'Mixing & Song Critique' started by munkee, Nov 11, 2001.

  1. munkee

    munkee Guest

    I have the new 5.1 version with the vocoder. Does anyone know how to proprly set it up? I have tried and tried I just can't get it to work??? I have tried several suggestions and it just won't happen...I've heard people say you need a stereo channel, others say Group channel. Some say just an audio next to a midi channel...Do I put the vocoder on the vocal track, midi track or both...I am SO CONFUSED????
  2. Opus2000

    Opus2000 Well-Known Member

    Apr 7, 2001
    geez munkee...your light wont shine...vocoder wont work...whats next? your brain take a vacation.....doh!!! j/k!!!
    I'm going to be installing Cubase and upgrading to 5.1 so I can get the VST'is out of them for Nuendo!! woohoo!!! I'll try some stuff for there bro!!
  3. munkee

    munkee Guest

    I think I finally got it figured out. But I'm always looking for tips on how to make it run smoother!!!! I know I can count on YOU!!!
  4. munkee

    munkee Guest

    I record a audio track. then I open a vsti on track two...However, I change track two output to the vocoder...I guess it's still using the VSTi as a source???Is it???Can I change the presets of the VSTi to effect the vocoding? Sorry if this is vague, I just don't quite know how to explain it?
    Also someone mentioned earlier that they could vocode live through the system without a pre recorded vocal track...In other words, Speak into the mic as the vocoding is happening??? Can I do this? I assume I set it up through multi record?
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