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moosers 06/18/2009

Native Instruments Vokator : moosers's user review

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I didn't have much of a problem installing Native Instruments Vokator as it was a simple process without any compatibility issues or other problems involved.  It was as easy to install as any other plug-in or virtual instrument has been for me in the past, which is pretty simple.  The whole process only took a few minutes and I was messing around with this wonderful piece of software within minutes of getting it.  The manual for Native Instruments Vokator is pretty thorough and since there is a lot going on with this software, it is a good idea to have it around.


While I don't use this software everyday, when I do use it I can't ever recall having any issues running it.  I only use one up at a time because I've never needed anything more, so I can't say how well it would run if you wanted to run a bunch of them at once.  I am currently running the software on a Mac Book Pro that has a 2.2 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 4 GB of RAM and it seems that this machine has no problems running Native Instruments Vokator smoothly and without errors. 


I've only been using Native Instruments Vokator for a little bit less than a year, but I can safely say that it is one of the best vocoders that I have used in the form of software.  While the interface can be a bit tricky at first because of how many parameters there are, after a bit of messing around with it, users shouldn't have that much difficulty with it because everything is easy to access and use once you know what you are doing with it.  The sound quality is pretty top notch and is what I have come to expect in the software made by Native Instruments because they put a lot of care and effort into making fine virtual instruments and plug-ins.  Overall, if you are looking for a vocoder in the form of software, Native Instruments Vokator is absolutely a must try.