Using the same algorithm as Electro-Harmonix's popular V256 Vocoder with Reflex Tune, the Iron Lung Vocoder presents the musician with a 256-band dedicated vocoder that delivers aggressive and fluid a... Click To Read More About This Product
Using the same algorithm as Electro-Harmonix's popular V256 Vocoder with Reflex Tune, the Iron Lung Vocoder presents the musician with a 256-band dedicated vocoder that delivers aggressive and fluid access to vocal manipulation. Aside from being world class in sound, the Iron Lung presents tonal controls to make fine-tuned adjustments for aggressive and articulate harmonic emphasis. The Gender Bender control allows the player/singer to adjust the tonal character to be more female in character when advanced to the right and to have a more male tonality when adjusted to the left. The Tone control adds adjustable definition and brightness to the overall tone. An XLR connection is provided for your microphone of choice and the selectable 3-position switch matches your selected microphone for the perfect balance.
256-band dedicated vocoder
Same algorithm as V256 Vocoder with Reflex Tune
Gender Bender control knob for adding more female or male characteristics
Tone control knob
Analog in for your instrument
Polyphonic or monophonic tracking your mic input signal
Use a guitar, keyboard, or other polyphonic source for triggering notes generated from your mic
XLR connection for mic with 3-position switch
Weight: approx. 1/2 lb.
Dimensions: 4.22"L x 2.39"W x 1.09"H
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Comments about Electro-Harmonix Iron Lung Vocoder Pedal:
I ordered this new, and it is definetley a nano! I think the vocal processing is OK, although it would be nice to adjust the bands from 8-256. I just recieved it, so maybe Im not doing something correctly, but I can hear the input from my synthesizer coming through my amp without pressing the keys, and I'm pretty sure I dont have it in split bypass mode. Will try some more, Its a fun toy nevertheless, but I think I would order the voice box, or the upgraded version if I were to do this again.
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