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    This is really interesting!
    I've just been doing research on talkboxes and vocoders for playing with at home, and I have found some software vocoders, but don't have any good carriers. I've tried, and all I come out with is the standard Disney Electric Parade opening-style effect...

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    OK, here it is partially fixed: http://www.fileden.com/files/2007/2/...Number%201.mp3

    I still have the volume problem whenever I use a vocoder - bits of it are extremely loud and other bits are extremely quiet. How to I get it to a more or less steady volume without losing quality?

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    compressors are your very best friend, nerd42

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    Ok In response to iRollToDaftPunks comment, I know the talk box can be used with a guitar but the songs i quoted use a keyboard for the sound input.

    I never said your voice has anything to do with it.
    Yes i said speak the words but what i really meant was mouth the words.

    i do Understand the talk Box As i use one for my guitar and keyboard and have so for 4 years or so.

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    [quote1204643931=iRollToDaftPunk]
    compressors are your very best friend, nerd42
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    So the thing I'm looking for / thinking of is called a compressor? OK cool because Google totally doesn't help you when you don't even know what to search for. FL Studio has a compressor built in somewhere I think ... but how do I use it? What are the relevant settings?

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    does anyone have reason?

    i use the vocoder on that and it works fine its so easy.
    You can sample what you want to vocode and record it to a track then you change the settings from dry to wet now you use a synth device like malstrom on it and choose what sound you want then hook up your keyboard and play, its like magic lol

    thats just a kinda simple explanation you can find better one on youtube

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    Take another listen. Now its fixed again with a compressor on it

    http://www.fileden.com/files/2007/2/...Number%201.mp3

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    I love to use the vocoder on my microKorg i am also very interested in using a talk box they sound awsome

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    if we are talking about dynamically changing a voivce, i dont even use a vocorderor talkbox. i use a mic, acompressor, a chorus/ flanger and a sampler!!

    *complex, init*
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    [quote1206367261=Dark_DJ]
    if we are talking about dynamically changing a voivce, i dont even use a vocorderor talkbox. i use a mic, acompressor, a chorus/ flanger and a sampler!!

    *complex, init*
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    got a sample for us to hear what it sounds like or a tutorial that explains how to do it with software? (preferably FL Studio?)

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