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''The information on this page supplements the official manuals.''
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[[image:Vocoder block.png|250px]]
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=Available on which products=
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* '''Axe-Fx III''': 1 block
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* '''FM3''': no
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* '''Axe-Fx II''': 1 block
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* '''AX8''': no
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* '''FX8''': no
  
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=Channels or X/Y switching=
  
[[image:vocoder.png|link=]]
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* '''Axe-Fx III''': no
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* '''Axe-Fx II''': no
  
=Vocoder: supported by which Fractal Audio products=
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=What is a Vocoder=
* '''Axe-Fx III''': yes.
 
* '''Axe-Fx II''': yes.
 
* '''AX8''': no.
 
* '''FX8''': no.
 
  
=Vocoder: X/Y or channels=
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[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vocoder Read about it in Wikipedia]
* '''Axe-Fx III''': no.
 
* '''Axe-Fx II''': no.
 
  
 
=Configure the Vocoder=
 
=Configure the Vocoder=
[http://wiki.fractalaudio.com/gen1/index.php?title=Tutorials#Using_the_Vocoder How to set up the Vocoder for use with a guitar, as well as for a guitar and vocals.]
 
  
[http://wiki.fractalaudio.com/gen1/index.php?title=Tutorials#Using_the_Vocoder Vocoder tutorial.]
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[http://wiki.fractalaudio.com/gen1/index.php?title=Tutorials#Using_the_Vocoder Set up the Vocoder for use with a guitar, or guitar and vocals]
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=More vocoder information=
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[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KwcDfQxC-ds Demo by Prins Patrick]
[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vocoder Wikipedia.]
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=Parameters=
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==Parameters table==
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{| class="wikitable"
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|-
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! '''Parameter'''
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! '''Axe-Fx III'''
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! '''Axe-Fx II'''
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|-
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| Analysis Source
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! yes
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!
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|-
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| Analysis Channel
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! yes
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!
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|-
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| Number of Bands
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! yes
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!
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|-
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| Min/Max Frequency
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! yes
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!
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|-
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| Filter Resonance
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! yes
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!
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|-
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| Frequency Shift
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! yes
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!
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|-
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| Freeze
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! yes
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!
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|-
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| Master Level
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! yes
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!
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|-
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| Master Pan
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! yes
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!
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|-
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| Attack
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! yes
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!
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|-
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| Decay
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! yes
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!
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|-
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| Highpass Mix
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! yes
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!
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|-
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| Level 1-24
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! yes
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!
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| Pan 1-24
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! yes
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!
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|}
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==Number of bands==
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On the Axe-Fx III, the number of bands defaults to 16 (same as Axe-Fx II), but there are 24 bands available.
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Latest revision as of 10:37, 1 May 2019

Vocoder block.png

Available on which products

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

Channels or X/Y switching

  • Axe-Fx III: no
  • Axe-Fx II: no

What is a Vocoder

Read about it in Wikipedia

Configure the Vocoder

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

Demo by Prins Patrick

Parameters

Parameters table

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

Number of bands

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