Why separate voice processing matters
Relying on the main audio processor to manage both voice and music often involves compromise. Omnia VOCO® 8 is engineered to individually process and tailor each mic for maximum impact based upon the characteristics and unique properties of each speaker\'s voice. Each of the 8 available mics are networkable throughout an entire facility.
Each of the eight available mic channels in VOCO 8 offers a studio-grade pre-amp, phantom power, and controls for phase, pad and gain. The Sound4 processing engine features an advanced natural-sounding de-esser, a 3-band noise gate with ultra-fast attack that catches every syllable of even soft-spoken talent, a 3-band dynamics processor with Sound4’s “HQ192” algorithm, 4 bands of parametric EQ, and a brick wall final limiter.
So many mics, so much talent
Dealing with multiple open microphones in the studio can be a headache. Every voice requires different processing and the sound can change as more mics are added. VOCO 8 effectively manages and balances multiple mics and even allows the primary talent’s mic to remain dominant in the mix with the aptly named “Dominate It!” feature.
Thoughtful, flexible and convenient
Each announcer can have a dedicated preset with VOCO 8, and groups of presets can be combined into unique sessions for easy day-parting either manually or through your automation system. Since the presets are easily shared, voice talent can sound the same in any VOCO 8-connected studio.
The ins and outs
Analog input and AES output are provided for each channel. An AES clock input (DARS) is also included. VOCO 8 is fully Livewire+ and AES67 compliant.
Talent can recall presets or sessions with a simplified remote interface. Full setup and control is available in an advanced-level remote interface. Basic configuration and preset selection is also available via a front panel LCD display.