Voice Synth update – Qneo’s voice processing synthesis app gets further refinements – and SALE pricing

If you want to bring a more traditional take to your vocal processing reverb, delay, compression, EQ and, in the modern era at least, pitch correction are the stock tools of the trade. You can, of course, add in a little auto harmony generation if you need some harmony vocal parts and forgot (or your singer didn’t have the singing chops) to record them during the tracking session. On the desktop, there are some pretty sophisticated software tools for all these types of processing but iOS … [Read more...]

Voice Synth update – voice processing synthesis app from Qneo gets massive overhaul in v.4

If you want to bring a more traditional take to your vocal processing reverb, delay, compression, EQ and, in the modern era at least, pitch correction are the stock tools of the trade. You can, of course, add in a little auto harmony generation if you need some harmony vocal parts and forgot (or your singer didn’t have the singing chops) to record them during the tracking session. On the desktop, there are some pretty sophisticated software tools for all these types of processing but iOS … [Read more...]

ImproVox update – realtime vocal harmonies on a budget from MuseAmi

If you use vocals in your music productions there are a number of iOS music apps that are targeted specifically at vocal applications over and above the general reverb, delay and compression tools that are available. I've looked at a number of these on the blog in the past. For example, for a slice (admittedly, a fairly modest slice) of Antares AutoTune technology, you could go for AutoTune iOS. This is not in the same class as the desktop software but is can help tidy up a few pitch loose … [Read more...]

Voice Synth review – voice processing synthesis app from Qneo

If you want to bring a more traditional take to your vocal processing reverb, delay, compression, EQ and, in the modern era at least, pitch correction are the stock tools of the trade. You can, of course, add in a little auto harmony generation if you need some harmony vocal parts and forgot (or your singer didn’t have the singing chops) to record them during the tracking session. On the desktop, there are some pretty sophisticated software tools for all these types of processing but iOS … [Read more...]

ImproVox music app review – realtime vocal harmonies on a budget from MuseAmi

Now, I appreciate that not everyone reading this post would like to write a top ten hit single but, if you do, the odds are your song will need a hook. You know, that element (or, if you are really good at this stuff, multiple elements) of the song and its production that, once heard is (a) never forgotten and (b) nags the listener’s brain to be heard again. Now, these hooks can be instrumental in nature – a catchy synth line or a mega-guitar riff – but, much as the guitar-loving, dodgy … [Read more...]