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Re: Vocal Harmonizer recommendations?

The TC Electronics Quintet is not bad and you can find them on eBay for a good price $350. However unlike the Digitech you will need midi say from a keyboard or midi guitar which is what I used to track the chord/key changes. To be honest unless you pay mega bucks they all sound a bit cheesy. Far better looping your vocal harmony as it's all natural.

At 16:22 10/07/2007, David Kirkdorffer wrote:
Try these:


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From: "RICK WALKER" <looppool@cruzio.com>
To: "LOOPERS DELIGHT (posting)" <Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com>
Sent: Tuesday, July 10, 2007 11:05 PM
Subject: OT: Vocal Harmonizer recommendations?

> All my life I've wanted a good vocal harmonizer in either a floor
> or rackmount version and they've always been a bit out of my grasp
> economically.
> I've used the Red Whammy pedal and the Digitech Vocal 300 but they both
> are very noisy and don't have intelligent harmonies in them.
> I've also got a Boss IntelliShifter but it's scales are very perfunctory
> I
> would like to be able to do things like use Balkan harmonies or even
> shifting harmonies so it's just not sophisticated enough for the things I
> want to do.
> I've finally decided to throw caution to the wind and try to find a more
> sophisticated unit
> for my live looping performances
> The Eventides are just out of my price range even in used condition
> ...............for what that's worth.
> .................but I have been looking specifically, at
> Digitech DHP-44 Intelligent Harmonizer Whammy Eventide
> Digitech VHM5 Vocalist Harmonizer
> Digitech Vocalist Performer Harmonizer Vocal Processor
> Digitech Vocalist Live 2 Vocal Harmonizer
> Does anyone have any advice for me or are there units to avoid (for
> of noise or lack of sophistication)?