I'm not just talking about vocoder or talkboxes; I'm talking about a VST that takes sounds and finds their difference to create a new sound. Almost like NSynth

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  • On most DAW, you can insert 2 VST and set the phase opposition on one of them (which should not change a lot of things). Oct 12 at 20:39

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