The VF 11 is an analog 11-band vocoder with combined filterbank functions and fantastic sound characteristics.
The days of simple voice-distortion are over. It's so easy to use and full of various functions, that you can just let your creativity flow.
You can develope robot voices, change the pitch, turn a single voice into a group or recreate the unique vocal sounds used by famous bands like ELO and Kraftwerk.
Vibrato and phaser effects, frequency-selective distortion and drumloops are a snap.
According to "Solo" 1/97: "The VH 11 is in a class of its own as far as vocoders in multi-effect devices go and leaves its analog competitors like Korg VC-10 and Roland SVC-350 far behind."
According to "Keys" 4/97: "The VF 11 is a missing link - there's nothing else like it on the market. If you really want to know about vocoders, take a look at the VF 11."
According to "Keyboards" 9/97: "The Vf 11 was convincing on all levels of the test ..."
Inputs analyse: mic symetric, line; synthesis (Line); unvoiced in (line); (AC 12 V, 500 mA min.)
Output: OUT mono (line)
Input resistor analyse mic: 1 K; analyse line: 15 K; synthesis: 100 K; unvoiced: 10 K
Noise Generator: white noise (unvoiced intern)
Middle-frequencies: 100, 225, 330, 470, 700, 1030, B„nder 1-11 1500, 2280, 4700, 9000 (Hz)
VCO sawtooth: 15 Hz - 600 Hz
Power consumption: 4 W
Dimensions: 482,6 x 190 x 44 mm;
19", 1 U
Weight: 1,6 Kg