The Moog 16 Channel Vocoder, originally introduced in 1978, is a distinct electronic voice that has been used to transmute vocals, transform synthesizers, and electronically encode sound for over 40 years. Featuring hand-soldered analog voice circuits derived from the original vintage schematic, the Moog 16 Channel Vocoder continuously analyzes the timbral characteristics of one sound (Program) and impresses these timbral characteristics upon a second signal (Carrier). Dial in beautiful choral accompaniments, expressive melodic voicings, and lush analog articulations using this powerful tool for analog sound design.
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