How to make that dank sound out of the fruity vocoder?
You will need 1 — vocal, and 2. The carrier is the synth.
To make the sound with ease, you need to pan your vocals to the right and the carrier to the left.
Then send them separate to the right mixer unit.
Just plot in a new unit in the mixer and toss a Fruity Vocoder in there.
As in picture the mixer unit, five of them are right panned, which is vocal, and that one is linked to mixer unit 6.
And mixer unit 4 is the type of synth, most likely a string or a synth with no release or decay, which is sent to the vocoder at Mixer unit 6 with a pan to the left.
“Remember to play the notes with the carrier, which can be different from time to time or the same as you vocode the sound through the carrier. You can as well turn bands to 128 to have more room in the sound of vocals or at least 16 bands to form it more computerized.”
So here is a quick way to set up your vocals with vocoder; it can somehow sound like this; Which is just an added sound from computer speech in FL Studio but also vocoded. “128kbps 224kb .mp3:”
Tip: “You will most likely use the whole weekend searching after a carrier. But try pads or the ensembles more than bass and synths for your vocals to sound more like a synth.”
Tip Advanced: “You can reverse a peak controller to remove sound if the peak is not too loud enough, reducing an ongoing record session of vocoder on the volume.”
If you want the project on how to do it differently as with above mp3 download, the .flp project for no less than FL 11 is available here; 13KB.