The Prosoniq Orange Vocoder was an easy piece of software to install as it was just as easy to install as any other piece of software out there. It only took a few minutes and I didn't have any compatibility problems or other issues whatsoever. The interface of the software has a lot going on but is definitely easily manageable to figure out as long as you play around with it for a little while as all of the basic functions are easy to find and manipulate. The software contains an 8 voice synthesizer that has sections for two oscillators, a filter, and a small virtual keyboard. The software then has sections for a mixer, reverb, a graphic EQ, and an overall control section, so as you can see this software goes beyond the basic functions and features that you would expect with a vocoder. The manual for the software is easy to follow and could be helpful for beginners.
I am currently running the Prosoniq Orange Vocoder on a Mac Book Pro that has a 2.2 Ghz Intel Core 2 Duo processor and 4 GB of RAM. I run the plug-in in Pro Tools LE 7.4 that runs with either a Digi 002R or a Digidesign Micro Box, depending on where I am. I've never had a problem running the plug-in on either of the systems, although it would probably be a problem to run a lot of them at a time as this will take up a decent amount of processing power. However, as long as you have a pretty good system that you've been running Pro Tools or another similar sequencer on, you should have no problems with the Prosoniq Orange Vocoder.
I've only been using the Prosoniq Orange Vocoder for a few months, but I've definitely become a big fan of the plug-in in this time. It not only sounds great, but it is also an easy plug-in to use and is quite versatile. The price is reasonable considering all of the things that this plug-in has to offer. If you are looking for a great vocoder that also has other features at a reasonable price, the Prosoniq Orange Vocoder is absolutely worth looking into.
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lolodilolo's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
I t tonn not find your mind about this app.
This app is relatively old as the vocoder Dc.
The essay that I do not recall the feeling of a real vocoder (hard ware).
The sound is too perfect, too clean.
Apparently the V3 version offers a slightly dirty sound (multi-band selection).
I have used other less soft and sounding more like onreux VOKKO for example, sounds better when I say I speak of his cr by hardware vocoders.
Why is there not a simulation of a Roland VP-330 for example ...