Phase Vocoder - Use in Music

Use in Music

British composer Trevor Wishart used phase vocoder analyses and transformations of a human voice as the basis for his composition VOX 5 (part of his larger VOX Cycle). Transfigured Wind by American composer Roger Reynolds uses the phase vocoder to perform time-stretching of flute sounds.

The proprietary Auto-Tune pitch-correcting software, widely used in commercial music production, is based on the phase vocoder principle.

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