The Voice Box packs a multi-functional vocal synth processor into a tough and compact chassis. Sing, and you’ll have a troupe of backup singers following you in perfect harmony. Or use the built-in vocoder to unleash classic synth-robot sounds.
Diana Ross had the Supremes, Brian Wilson had the Beach Boys, Kraftwerk had The Robots. You have the Voice Box.
The harmony processor creates 2- to 4-part harmonies directly from your vocals, in the same key as your accompanying instrument. Studio-quality
reverb lets you independently add depth to your dry and harmony vocals.
The focused 256-band articulate vocoder, designed by the same EMS genius who made vocoding famous, features adjustable harmonic enhancement and controllable formant shift.
Plug in your mic and your instrument, and let your new voice—or voices—be heard!
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“The envelope, please.” The multi-talented Bayu Ardianto captures a first-place win with his latest VideoSong, Inveitability, in the IndieFone Film Festival. Bayu relied on EHX pedals to help him score.
All the way from Indonesia! LOLA BANGS THE DRUMS as this Electro-Harmonix clad trio led by the talented Bayu Ardianto use seven EHX pedals to create a monster groove. Check out the dead-on Leslie from the HOG and POG 2 integrated with the Stereo Pulsar. Natalia Pratiwi provides super-cool vocals with backing from the Voice Box while Dika Charles Dickson’s drumming is always in the pocket.
Here’s the latest videosong by the multi-talented Bayu Ardianto. This time he’s collaborating with Lola Bangs The Drums, a duet featuring Natalia Pratiwi and Dika Charles Dickson.
The title of the original song is “Dekati Aku” which translates to “come and get me!”
When producing this videosong Bayu drew inspiration from big band, swing music. He explained that because he doesn’t have brass instruments he mimicked the brass with his pianica and an EHX Voice Box in unison mode (one octave higher, one octave lower).
Bill Ruppert breathes in the dew of a fine morning in old Eire. With a sly wink and a nod, Bill recreates the mystery of the old Ireland using a little Elvin magic and the power of EHX pedals.
Learn the secrets of creating lush string synthesizers and Irish tin whistles, using just a regular guitar and Electro-Harmonix effect pedals.
Please note: Bill will be in the EHX Forums to discuss his sounds, settings, and process. We hope you join us there.
Tommy (that’s her name) manages a ukulele shop in Japan. Here she performs the classic B.J. Thomas tune, “Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head” using an EHX Voice Box Vocal Harmony Machine/Vocoder.
The Voice Box can create 2 to 4-part harmonies directly from your vocals in the same key as your accompanying instrument. Its studio-quality reverb adds depth and ambience. The whistling in the last verse is from the Voice Box!
Floating and inspiring, Collen Dauncey entices her Electro-Harmonix Voice Box choir to deliver inspiring, human harmonies to the Fleet Foxes “Myknonos”. One very talented singer PLUS one musical instrument evokes an EH vocal magic that weaves a haunting and beautiful symatry.
Welcome to the tenth installment of EHX Effectology. In this episode Bill demonstrates a sound that reminds him of the keyboard sound in the Led Zepplein song “No Quarter”.
Second example is more of a traditional Fender Rhodes sound with a solo using the guitar into a Voice Box whistle mode.
Thanks to YouTuber JargMarbin for this bit of experimental electronic fun featuring a Serge Creature, a Korg Kaossilator, and an EHX Voice Box. Excerpt: "I am your robot father. Go to your room. You're a bad robot son."
In our previous post, we heard the Voice Box help update the sound of a classic Neil Young song. Today, straight from Japan, let's all enjoy the entirely-different and other-worldly mash of a Voice Box with an iPhone synth. Yes, people: Welcome to new world; It's been too much long... (Thanks to YouTuber perfumepod for the video!)
Big thanks to Eric Myers for this amazing performance of Neil Young's "After the Goldrush." Eric used the Voice Box in vocoder mode to merge his voice with the melody, as played via electric guitar. He combined the synthed-out vocals with acoustic tracks to produce this updated "twenty-first century" version of a classic song. Don't miss the third stanza: "Well, I dreamed I saw the silver space ships flying..."
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