Auburn Sounds

Low-latency voice octaver

Graillon

Graillon is a new kind of voice octaver that tracks pitch frequency and mixes frequency-shifted copies of the input voice with itself. Listen to audio examples...

Graillon is useful for:

  • Producing distorted vocals from clean vocals without crosstalk between harmonics,
  • Reinforcing vocals low-end,
  • Getting a more masculine or robotic-sounding voice,
  • Displaying strong fifth and fourth harmonic relationships in vocals,
  • Having fun with a microphone and a DAW.

Only the voiced part of the signal is changed. The unvoiced part of the signal is left untouched, to preserve the original speech's intent.

Graillon is a culminating point, but not the end, of a long search for new kinds of vocal effects. It was designed from the ground-up to be instant. Once warmed-up to the sound of your voice, processing is latency-free.

 

  Sound samples

Local Natives— You And I (Vocal Stem)
Wet/dry example with all controls on, applied on this vocal stem.
Jabriel Biquet— Turn Me On
Boosting the 1st sub-octave masculinizes a voice. With added reverb and limiter.
Ian Marquis— One Way Glass (Graillon Mix)
In context. Graillon is applied on some vocal parts of this Industrial song. Original mix here.
Laure Claix— Puisque j'oublie (Vocal Stem)
Wet/dry example with the Robot Heart preset, reverb and limiter.

How to use it?

  Technical

To get the best results, use an unprocessed mono vocal input, with minimum noise levels, without reverb, delay or chorus applied.

  Read User Manual

  Customers quotes

“ This is a seriously cool plugin, very easy to use, and I personally appreciate the addition of the presets! I tried a few different styles, sounds excellent with my voice! ”

“ I really think the effect is going to be a hit with people looking for a unique sound. ”

Graillon

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platforms supported
Graillon is available as a VST 2.4 plug-in for Windows and Mac.
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