Ever wondered how Tomita created such convincing choir sounds...
Voc one is different, using a simple analogue synthesizer to simulate the glottal pulse or pulses and then using a powerful, morphable formant filter bank to give a realistic, warm and flexible vocal quality:
full control over each stage of the vocal synthesis.
morphable formant filter with 11 recognised phonetic vowel spectra.
morphing between vowels sounds subtle and natural.
control over the register of the formant filter and the emphasis to give a much greater range of possible vocal types.
8 presets plus room for 8 more.
built in high quality reverb (UDReverb based on freeverb - thanks to Elogoxa and David Haupt for this).
lots of potential for experimentation.
It should be noted that CPU usage is quite high with this one and a minimum 1.2GHz processor is recommended, although it will work (if the playing is not too complex) on an 800MHz processor.