Voice Bot, a real time vocoder on iOS
Eric Slight, aka HumbleTune, has released Voice Bot, a vocoder app that works in real time on your iOS device.
Voice Bot can be used with the microphone input of the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, or with a USB or WiFi-connected MIDI hardware.
The built-in synth features an oscillator with saw, square, pulse and noise waveforms, as well as a Pitch LFO and you can modulate the sound using the 8-band amp parameters. A delay and a flanger are included, as well as a basic samplers
Voice Bot is compatible with Core MIDI and Audiobus (input, output and effects).
The app is available for $0.99 at the AppStore.
Here's a demo of the app with a MIDI keyboard:
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