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* '''Axe-Fx III''': no
* '''Axe-Fx III''': no
* '''FM3''': n/a
* '''Axe-Fx II''': no
* '''Axe-Fx II''': no
* '''AX8''': n/a
* '''AX8''': n/a

Revision as of 19:31, 23 April 2019

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Available on which Fractal Audio products

  • Axe-Fx III: 1 block
  • FM3: no
  • Axe-Fx II: 1 block
  • AX8: no
  • FX8: no

X/Y and channels

  • Axe-Fx III: no
  • FM3: n/a
  • Axe-Fx II: no
  • AX8: n/a
  • FX8: n/a

What is a Vocoder

Read about it in Wikipedia

Configuring the Vocoder

Set up the Vocoder for use with a guitar, or guitar and vocals

Number of bands

The number of bands defaults to 16 (same as Axe-Fx II), but there are 24 bands available.

Parameters table

Parameter Axe-Fx III Axe-Fx II AX8, FX8
Analysis Source yes n/a
Analysis Channel yes n/a
Number of Bands yes n/a
Min/Max Frequency yes n/a
Filter Resonance yes n/a
Frequency Shift yes n/a
Freeze yes n/a
Master Level yes n/a
Master Pan yes n/a
Attack yes n/a
Decay yes n/a
Highpass Mix yes n/a
Level 1-24 yes n/a
Pan 1-24 yes n/a