Alter Ego Vst/AU – Best Free Vocal Synthesizer

Alter Ego Vst

Alter Ego Vst/AU – Best Free Vocal Synthesizer. Plogue, one of the renown vst plugin developers, offered Alter Ego Vst plugin for synthesizing vocals. This free vocal synthesizer vst can be used as standalone application, AU, VST, or even RTAS/AAX. Best of all, it runs in both 32 and 64 bits. However, it has only one voice, Daisy. Though free, this vocal character really comes handy.

Vocal synthesizing is apparently a hard job for music producers. This is because the direct consumers of vocals sound are humans who have nearly perfect in noticing anything bad or wrong with singers vocals. Humans ears can detect whether the vocal is natural, or modified with particular software or machines.

You can work with English and Japanese words to process using Alter Ego VST:

Another look of Alter Ego Vst with another female voice vocals characters like NATA DIVA.

Here is the video of Alter Ego Vst sample sounds:

To work with Alter Ego Vst is easy. The difficult one is to produce the best sounds based on your consideration. Sometimes you need a kind of tricks to get the best result.

The Technology underlying Alter Ego Vst of Chipspeech.

The platform of Chipspeech empower Alter Ego Vst. The idea is to synthesize voice based on vintage hardware.

How to Use Alter Ego Vst:

To use Alter Ego vst is particularly simple, here is to follow:

  • Open Alter Ego Vst into your chosen DAW (Fl studio, Nuendo, Cubase, Studioone, Protools, etc.
  • Open the preset voices
  • Input some words as lyrics, arrange midi note on the words
  • Input only English and Japanese words
  • Spend time editing the voice you want
  • adjust the timing to produce robotic sounds

System Compatibility

Alter/Ego can run either as: Win32 Win64 OS X 32 OS X 64
Standalone application YES YES YES YES
VST® Plug-In YES YES YES YES
Audio Units™ Plug-In YES YES
ProTools RTAS® Plug-In YES YES
ProTools AAX® Plug-In YES YES

Download from the official site: http://www.plogue.com/products/alterego

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Aliv is a passionate music production blogger. He loves to write songs and play guitar. Recently, he moves into digital music production and would like to share what he learned.

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