do you folks know if the Roland AX-Synth has a real-time vocal pitch shift 
function like the Digitech Vocalist or the TC-Helicon VoiceTone?� i know that 
Korg and Roland and Novation had/have other synths with a vocoder of some sort 
in it.� i know that, back in the olden
daze, Roland had a similar cheapie Voice Transformer.

it's just that Imogen Heap is playing an AX and doing vocal shifting in this 
video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Th0qY3d6oHA .� but there is nothing 
about this function in any of the descriptions of the AX-Synth.� the AX was 
meant to be totally portable and battery powered.� does
that mean there is a remote box that can output MIDI from what she plays on the 
keyboard?� it appears she has some kinda transmitter taped to the bottom of her 

i was just curious what she uses to do vocal pitch shifting and can't quite 
figure it out what it is.


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