Name VoxXtended
Created At 2020-07-27 11:32am
Submitted By Menno0


The VoxXtended has 2 methods to vocode the incoming sound. 'method Q' uses 4th order butteworth filters and 'method pvs' uses the pvsvoc opcode, both with a distintive sound.


ON/OFF - bypass
Dropdown List - switch between Method 1:Q or Method 2:pvs. 2 totally different approaches to vocoding the incoming signal

METHOD 1:Q (traditional vocoding)
freq limits - sets boundaries to frequencies of the filters
Q - Quality of filters
bands - # of bands
volume - gain of effect
swap source - switch between IR or incoming signal

METHOD 2:pvs
depth - depth of effect, affecting how much of the frequencies will be taken from the second signal
gain - gain boost/attenuation applied to the output
coefs - number of cepstrum coefs used in spectral envelope estimation
overlap - The distance in samples (?hop size?) between overlapping analysis frames
size - The FFT size in samples
swap source - switch between IR or incoming signal

EXCITER or modulator SIGNAL
fine/coarse frequency - fine and coarse tuning of modulator frequency
Dropdown List - 5 different waveforms for modulator, where the 5th is the Sample
File Selector - choose Sample to modulate/excite incoming signal
start sample - skip in Sample
loop start/end - set start and end loop points
pitch - set pitch of Sample


version 1.12, July 2020
- added BSB information comments

version 1.11, May 2020
- added comments on controllers

version 1.1, february 2019
- now works without a soundfile
- some GUI clearing up
- all stereo now

version 1.0, january 2018
- initial version by Menno Knevel
- uses same exciter signal block for the 2 methods
- a soundfile must be loaded
- method Q uses UDO from Victor Lazzarini
- when using a soundfile as exciter, option to change loop start and end while playing