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Boss VT-1 Voice Transformer
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The Boss VT-1 Voice Transformer gives you total control over your voice - timbre, tone, pitch . . . everything. Independent control over pitch and fo...Read More
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The Boss VT-1 Voice Transformer gives you total control over your voice - timbre, tone, pitch . . . everything. Independent control over pitch and formant makes this possible. Essential to voice processing, the VT-1 offers high-quality digital stereo reverb. Apart from being the ultimate DJ effects unit, the VT-1 will benefit virtually any application where signal manipulation is needed. The user-friendly tabletop design features 4 sliders and a Robot button for precise realtime adjustments.
The Pitch slider raises or lowers the fundamental note pitch.
Formant slider adjusts pitch of formant components, creating an effect virtually the same as changing vocal cords and the shape of the vocal tract.
Mix Balance slider allows mixing dry and effected voices.
Reverb slider adds stereo reverb equivalent to high-quality dedicated units.
The Robot mode changes your voice into a robot's (like the classic sci-fi movies) making the pitch of the input voice uniform and flat, thus creating a mechanical-sounding voice. Combine this with Pitch and Formant slider adjustments for astonishing vocoder effects.
Along with 4 preset patches, there's an additional 4 user patches. You can convert the presets into user patches. Then simply call up a patch to instantly change voices.
Perfect for any applications featuring voice.
Extremely useful for DJs, the VT-1 lets you configure user patches with completely different voice characters and rapidly switch between them to take on different roles. The Robot button is perfect for use as a vocoder without a keyboard, so you can use it for DJing techno and dance music programs. It's also an ideal tool for broadcasting applications as well as for video narrations.
0. Can be used for transforming a man's voice to a woman's.
1. Lowering a man's voice by an octave. Can be used to make a woman's voice sound like a man's.
2. Centering the Mix Balance slider lets you mix a man's dry voice together with the same voice transformed into a woman's for a duet.
- Connector: Input
- Mic Output
- Line Output R/L
- Remote Control
- AC Adapter
- Switch: Power Switch
- Number Button x4
- Write Button
- Bypass Button
- Robot Button
- Controller: Input level knob
- Pitch Slider
- Formant Slider
- Mix Balance Slider
- Reverb Slider
- Indicator: Peak
- Banks x2 (Preset/User)
- Number x4
VT-1 Voice Transformer
- Power Supply: 9V DC : AC Adapter
Power Consumption: 300mA
7"W x 2-1/16"H x 6-3/8"D
Weight: 1 lb, 1 oz (excluding AC Adapter)
Accessories: AC Adapter (Roland ACI Series)
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This is a great little product, but its operation is not very intuitive and the directions are not very helpful, so it takes some patience and trial and error to get it right. I almost sent it back on the first day, but now I am so glad that I kept it! I'm producing some animated educational videos for my business and was looking for something that would generate kids voices. After playing around some I've gotten some really good results. The volume control is not very effective so I run my mic through an ART Tube MP Project Series Tube Microphone/Instrument Preamp and it sounds great. The Formant feature allows you to change the tone of your voice without changing the pitch, or you can do both. If you follow what few directions that are available and then just play around with it for a while you should get good results. I would highly recommend running your microphone through a preamp instead of just connecting it straight into the box. This increases the volume and decreases the noise.
I was hoping to generate some human sounding voices for my digital recording, and all I can get are very computer generated sounding vibrations that you can tell are still my voice. I read every word on the instructions and have tried every feature twice, this does not generate credible altered voices.