Here's how iZotope's VocalSynth works in practice

Written by David Shapton

iZotope / RedShark SoundBrooklyn-based Producer Brando Kress

We've discovered a video demonstrating just how amazing the results can be from iZotope's VocalSynth.

We covered the launch of iZotope's VocalSynth here, but until you can actually see software like this in action, it's not always easy to see exactly how you'd use it.

Here's a video of Brooklyn-based Producer Brando Kress, showing how he makes incredible polyphonic vocal tracks with VocalSynth.

We've always liked iZotope because of the way it can take shudderingly complex audio processing theory and put it into easy-to-live-with practical software.

Here's what happens as a result:

(Read a full article about Kress' work on iZotope's own site here.)

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