How to Use the OVox Vocoder on Instruments in FL Studio

Last updated on: 2/25/2020 2:23:17 AM

Learn how to set up and use the Waves OVox vocal synthesis / vocoder plugin on other instruments in FL Studio, to achieve effects such as a Guitar Vocoder, Bass Vocoder and more.

  1. Import audio with your vocals to a new FL Studio session. Double-click on the waveform and set the track to 1 to assign the audio to an audio track. (this will be your modulator)
    Import audio with your vocals to a new FL Studio session.
  2. Insert OVox on the track.
    Insert OVox on the track.
  3. Import audio to an additional audio track (this will be your carrier), and assign it to track 2.
    Import audio to an additional audio track
  4. Select track 2, and then right-click on the arrow on the track that has OVox inserted. Select “Sidechain to this track only” to connect the sidechain to the plugin from track 2.
    Select track 2, and then right-click on the arrow on the track that has OVox inserted.
  5. In the plugin’s settings window, select the number of connections to the sidechain (1) and enable the Mono Aux In.
    In the plugin’s settings window, select the number of connections to the sidechain
  6. In OVox, set the ‘Synth Source to “Sidechain”. Now the sidechain from Track 2 is connected to the plugin.
    In OVox, set the ‘Synth Source to “Sidechain”.
  7. Play audio from both tracks simultaneously to achieve the vocoder / vocal synthesis effect. If needed, use the Drive control to add more harmonics to the carrier and get more intelligible results.

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