Friday, 21 August 2009

Vocoding a Drum Machine

Using Cubase's vocoder to modulate my Juno-G's internal drum machine onto the TX802. I used a handy little plug-in called Elottronix to keep the loop going.

I like this effect, it's an unusual way of slicing a synth. Depending on the drum loop used, and the drum samples played you can achieve many different effects and sounds.

I'll post the instructions for how to set up the vocoder and the loop in Cubase next week. It's very simple, but the instructions in the video are a bit vague.
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