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Rob Papen has released the eXplorer-7 Bundle, a collection of Rob Papen plug-ins that simultaneously release RoCoder and Predator-3. The bundle includes DelSane, which is an award-winning synthesizer with a unique oscillator section that will give you never before heard sounds in your productions.

Rob Papen’s eXplorer-7 is a revolutionary sound design tool that will change the way you think about creating musical scores.

Papens’ new product has been influenced by his extensive experience in filmmaking and scoring for feature films, television shows as well as video games. The seventh installment in eXplorer-7 is released with inspirational content for the adventurer who strives to be their best.

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All of these plug-ins are now available to mix and match in your DAW, with the creative potential for an infinite number of unique sounds at every turn.

RoCoder is a musical muscular vocoder virtual effect that takes vocal samples from any source material but processes them through distortive electronics; it’s like having your own trippy robot singer on stage next door! Next up? Predator 3 – if you love what this instrument does already then get excited because its successor DelSane will blow everyone away when released later this year…

eXplorer-7 is a must for all music producers and DJs alike. It has 27 virtual instrument plug-ins that you can use to make your own sound! You also get a free PRISMA plugin so even if Rob Papen’s products weren’t enough, there will always be more options with this bundle.

eXPLORER 7 shall provide endless hours of creative inspiration when it comes to crafting tunes on the fly or DJing out at parties – whether solo or as partied up duo; its functionality allows access into every possible aspect needed while not slowing down production speeds Djs’ needs: everything from synth beds+ambient pads.

Virtual effect plug-ins new to eXplorer-7 well worth mentioning include the simultaneously released RoCoder. His name is Rob Papen, and this leads me back into time with its vocoding concept!

What does a vocoder do?

The vocoder was developed as a means for synthesizing human speech by Bell Labs’ Homer Dudley, and it’s still used today. This machine translates the vocal output of one speaker into another using psychoacoustic filters that analyze how humans naturally sound when they speak in order to produce an artificial version with similar proportions between frequency ranges like those heard on recording devices or broadcasts produced at different times but which are edited together so they all match up seamlessly (i e., sync).

The vocoder is an electronic circuit that converts human speech into a string of signals. The original purpose for this device was in telecommunications, but it can also be used to modulate sounds like instruments or noise-making them sound more interesting while playing music on guitar without being heard by others around you!

A vocoder is an electronic device that can put the voice of one person into that many different voices. This has been used in popular music videos to make singers sound robotic or like insects, but it’s also being explored by artists who want their recordings analyzed for emotional content without having anyone there when you listen! Think Teutonic techno-pop trailblazers Kraftwerk’s 1978 classic cut ‘The Robots’ (from The Man Machine album) and ‘Autobahn’ (a surprise international hit as a radio edit of the title track from the 1974 album).

Rob Papen has created a new and creative vocoder with RoCoder! Alongside a 32-band vocoder, it includes an additional Additive MODE that provides the user with more creative ability. It also has Noise mode which can be used to generate randomly generated sounds like white noise or pink muzak; one of its dedicated tools is Tuned Comb Mode where you will hear artificial choirs singing in perfect harmony as you play different notes on your keyboard.

What is the difference between a talkbox and vocoder?

The vocoder is an electronic device that makes the human voice sound like another instrument by deconstructing and reconstructing it electronically. The talkbox makes instruments act in much the same way, but rather than directing notes through tubes or boxes they instead direct sounds into singers’ mouths who then become sound chambers for these various effects to occur with synthesizing new styles of music not otherwise possible.

How do you use vocoder?

For example, you can use the vocoder with another synthesizer such as Kontakt, Omnisphere, Serum or Massive to add some effects and transform your sound. You can also use it in conjunction with an audio effect like delay or reverb for a very unique tone coloration that cannot be achieved otherwise. Another fantastic thing about this plugin is that you can use it with your microphone to vocode yourself, and then apply effects over the result. This will result in some very interesting transformations of your voice.

You can now generate sounds that were never thought of before with this new model. The Vocoder MODE lets anyone create their own unique and creative melodies in addition to the top-tier sound effects we’ve all grown accustomed to!

Pricing and Availability

eXplorer 7 is available at a MAP (Minimum Advertised Price) of €499.00 EUR/$499.00 USD from authorized Rob Papen dealers worldwide or as a download directly from Rob Papen

Owners of earlier eXplorer editions can upgrade to Explorer 7 for €99.00 EUR/$99.00 USD, while other options for upgrading to eXplorer 7 are also available to owners of other Rob Papen products.

RoCoder is available at a MAP of €49.00 EUR/$49.00 USD from authorized Rob Papen dealers worldwide or as a download directly from Rob Papen

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