Puremagnetik is currently offering its retro-futuristic vocal machine instrument, Voculon 3000, for free. This unique software, which is compatible with Ableton Live, Kontakt and Logic, is available for download until October 3rd.
The Voculon 3000 is a compelling library that combines repitch synthesis with analog processing, taking inspiration from the Mellotron and 1960s science fiction sound design. This makes it a valuable addition to any music production environment, especially for those interested in creating unique vocal effects.
When used with Ableton Live, the software allows you to combine six choir voices into thick harmonic layers. It also provides the capability to morph between male and female layers, modulation and dynamics settings. The Ableton Live Pack comes complete with Push-ready effect Macros and a handful of Ableton Operator layers. The Kontakt version of the Voculon 3000 is equally versatile, offering parallel male and female banks which allow users to mix and match harmonic layers. It also features a custom KSP interface that includes envelope and effects controls.
For Logic users, Voculon 3000 comes with a selection of patches, powered by EXS24. Each patch has been custom-tailored with Smart Controls for easy tweaking and sound manipulation. The minimum requirements for using Voculon 3000 are Ableton Live 9.7, Kontakt 5, and Logic X.
Given the unique features and capabilities of the Voculon 3000, this is a beneficial opportunity for music producers and sound designers. It should be noted that the Ableton and Kontakt versions also include freely accessible sample files for users on other platforms. This deal is only available for a limited time, so interested users are encouraged to download the software before the expiry date.