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Antares ASPIRE Evo

$49.00
MSRP: $69.00 (Save 29%)
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ASPIRE is the world's first tool for modifying a voice's breathiness independently of its harmonic content. Whether reducing a bit of vocal rasp or adding a bit of smokiness, ASPIRE ...More Info

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ASPIRE is the world's first tool for modifying a voice's breathiness independently of its harmonic content. Whether reducing a bit of vocal rasp or adding a bit of smokiness, ASPIRE allows modification of the amount and quality of a voice’s aspiration noise without otherwise affecting the vocal’s harmonic characteristics.

When you speak or sing, air from your lungs is forced through your vocal chords, causing them to vibrate. The resulting waveform is propagated through the throat, the mouth and out through the lips. It is the shape of these structures that create the resonant characteristics that define a unique vocal identity.

But going into a bit more detail, the vocal waveform is actually a combination of two different components. One, the one we usually think of as the primary element of vocal timbre, is the harmonic content generated by the process described above. However, there is a second component that is generated by the turbulence of the air rushing past the vocal chords. This component, aspiration noise, does not have harmonic content and can roughly be thought of as “breathiness.”

Aspiration noise presents itself in a variety of ways, from a subtle bit of breathiness to a full-blown rasp. Of course, whether it’s a problem or not depends on the amount of noise and the style of a performance. A whole lot of roughness that would work well for screaming punk or roots blues might well be a problem for mainstream pop or a smooth ballad (of course, it also might not). Up to now, there wasn’t much you could do about it. Now, with ASPIRE, there is.

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Macintosh Versions

AVOX supports Macintosh OS X only. All Mac AVOX versions are universal binaries and are Leopard compatible.

RTAS Version:Pro Tools or Pro Tools LE v7.0 or later. Mac OS 10.5.x or later as required by your version of Pro Tools.
VST Version:A host program that supports the VST format. Mac OS 10.5.x or later as required by your host.
Audio Units Version:A host program that supports the Audio Units format. Mac OS 10.5.x or later as required by your host.
PC Versions
RTAS Version:Pro Tools or Pro Tools LE v7.0 or later. Windows XP or Vista (as required by your version of Pro Tools).
VST Version: A host program that supports the VST format. Windows XP or vista as required by your host.

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ASPIRE is the world's first tool for modifying a voice's breathiness independently of its harmonic content. Whether reducing a bit of vocal rasp or adding a bit of smokiness, ASPIRE allows modification of the amount and quality of a voice’s aspiration noise without otherwise affecting the vocal’s harmonic characteristics.

When you speak or sing, air from your lungs is forced through your vocal chords, causing them to vibrate. The resulting waveform is propagated through the throat, the mouth and out through the lips. It is the shape of these structures that create the resonant characteristics that define a unique vocal identity.

But going into a bit more detail, the vocal waveform is actually a combination of two different components. One, the one we usually think of as the primary element of vocal timbre, is the harmonic content generated by the process described above. However, there is a second component that is generated by the turbulence of the air rushing past the vocal chords. This component, aspiration noise, does not have harmonic content and can roughly be thought of as “breathiness.”

Aspiration noise presents itself in a variety of ways, from a subtle bit of breathiness to a full-blown rasp. Of course, whether it’s a problem or not depends on the amount of noise and the style of a performance. A whole lot of roughness that would work well for screaming punk or roots blues might well be a problem for mainstream pop or a smooth ballad (of course, it also might not). Up to now, there wasn’t much you could do about it. Now, with ASPIRE, there is.

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System Requirements:

Macintosh Versions

AVOX supports Macintosh OS X only. All Mac AVOX versions are universal binaries and are Leopard compatible.

RTAS Version:Pro Tools or Pro Tools LE v7.0 or later. Mac OS 10.5.x or later as required by your version of Pro Tools.
VST Version:A host program that supports the VST format. Mac OS 10.5.x or later as required by your host.
Audio Units Version:A host program that supports the Audio Units format. Mac OS 10.5.x or later as required by your host.
PC Versions
RTAS Version:Pro Tools or Pro Tools LE v7.0 or later. Windows XP or Vista (as required by your version of Pro Tools).
VST Version: A host program that supports the VST format. Windows XP or vista as required by your host.

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