The title of the question isn't very clear but I wasn't sure exactly how to phrase it. Also, if I am im the wrong forum, could someone please redirect me to a more appropriate one?
Recently I've been listening to a lot of EDM and I stumbled across the song Colorblind by Panda Eyes. I'm not an expert in this kind of thing, but it sounds like the main melody of the song is a group of cut off vocals that are repitched to form the correct notes. I may be mistaken and this is not how the song was created at all, but this got me thinking. Is there such a VST that takes a vocal byte and then can pitch it to whatever note is played on, say, a MIDI keyboard? Essentially turning the sound byte into a form of synth.
This is not the same as autotune, where the recording would already exist and the VST used for pitch modulation after the fact.
If anybody knows such a VST, or even the name of this sort of thing, that would be great!
Thanks in advance, Quizzer515SY