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Re: OT: Vocal Harmonizer recommendations?
The new Digitech Vocalist 2 (or 4) looks cool because you don't have to program keys or chords. It listens to your guitar or whatever and figures out the harmony to use.
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From: "Jon Southwood" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
That's "Hide and Seek." I'm pretty sure she's using a vocoder for that track. Either that, or a harmonizer that responds to MIDI from a keyboard to determine the pitches. There's a couple YouTube vids showing her performing it live. Given how the timbre changes, though (at times sounding like a low-pass filter is opening up gradually), I'm inclined to believe it's a vocoder.
On 7/11/07, RICK WALKER <email@example.com> wrote:
Has any one heard the Imogen Heap track that is all acapella except for
rather synthetic sounding
harmonization? I'm just enthralled with it. Please forgive me but I
forget the title of the track
and it's out in my car as I type.
Thanks everyone for all the wonderful recommendations!