Julie Resynth demo for Caustic

Julie Resynth demo for Caustic


This is the demo of a content pack for use with Caustic 2.
You must have Caustic 2 installed to use this!


A fun cyborg vocal sample set, half human and half robot!

This pack is based on one-shot samples of the voice of Julie, a Montreal jazz singer. But here the samples are resynthesized to create new ones that are playable chromatically across the keyboard.

In most cases, the actual flavor and tone of Julie's voice are preserved in the resynthesized samples within her natural range and the notes outside of it, even if less realistic, sound good too.

In all cases, the original variations (pitch and volume) of the vocal samples are preserved with their natural irregularities. Of course when resynthesizing, some of the original sound is either lost or transformed and further modifications can be added but for this set I tried to stay the closest that I could to the original most of the time.

This is not a classic vocal library with choirs (for instance none of the samples are looped), nor is it a synthesized/vocoding sample set. It's an hybrid that retains the flavor of Julie's voice while delivering new original sounds suitable for keyboard playing and melodies.

The Caustic version is adapted for the PCMSynth from the regular computer version. The free demo pack has 6 PCMSynth presets. The paid pack adds 25 for a combined total of 31 PCMSynth presets. All are multisampled.

Both must be installed to have the complete content.

PDF documentation is included and it can also be viewed on our website.

Also visit our website to download the free single cycle waveform presets for Caustic's PCMSynth!

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About Julie Resynth demo for Caustic
This is the demo of a content pack for use with Caustic 2.
You must have Caustic 2 installed to use this!


A fun cyborg vocal sample set, half human and half robot!

This pack is based on one-shot samples of the voice of Julie, a Montreal jazz singer. But here the samples are resynthesized to create new ones that are playable chromatically across the keyboard.

In most cases, the actual flavor and tone of Julie's voice are preserved in the resynthesized samples within her natural range and the notes outside of it, even if less realistic, sound good too.

In all cases, the original variations (pitch and volume) of the vocal samples are preserved with their natural irregularities. Of course when resynthesizing, some of the original sound is either lost or transformed and further modifications can be added but for this set I tried to stay the closest that I could to the original most of the time.

This is not a classic vocal library with choirs (for instance none of the samples are looped), nor is it a synthesized/vocoding sample set. It's an hybrid that retains the flavor of Julie's voice while delivering new original sounds suitable for keyboard playing and melodies.

The Caustic version is adapted for the PCMSynth from the regular computer version. The free demo pack has 6 PCMSynth presets. The paid pack adds 25 for a combined total of 31 PCMSynth presets. All are multisampled.

Both must be installed to have the complete content.

PDF documentation is included and it can also be viewed on our website.

Also visit our website to download the free single cycle waveform presets for Caustic's PCMSynth!

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A Google User
Jun 21, 2013
Very useful I used the aah voice as a choir in a new age song I made recently, in 3 part and later 8 part harmonies. Adding some light chorus f/x and turning up the wide knob makes it sound like 20+ voices. Maybe not quite as good as a true choir pad but it served my purposes quite well.
A Google User
Mar 20, 2013
ok Some usable sounds ha ha ha
A Google User
Mar 20, 2013
ok Some usable sounds ha ha ha
A Google User
Jun 24, 2012
Meh Nice attempt some useful sounds
Kyle
Jun 24, 2012
Meh Nice attempt some useful sounds