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RE: OT: Vocal Harmonizer recommendations?
I don't think that anybody's yet mentioned it but, relatedly, there's
the HarmonyControl | Guitar from TC Helicon:
It looks like just a harmony-tracking sensor with MID output,
installed into a simple floor controller. The advantage here,
IMNSHO, is that you can use this merely for the harmony sensing while
not being tied in to the pitch altering algorithms of a particular
manufacturer. You can take its MIDI output into *any*
pitchshifter/harmonizer that will receive MIDI note input. You could
just as well use this little box with a VST plug like Audio Damage's
Discord, I'd imagine.
As far as dedicated hardware, I know the Voiceworks series from TC
Helicon tracks harmony keys from MIDI input really well (I've use
one) but you could also conceivably mix-and-match this little floor
box with whatever harmonizer you prefer.
At 12:43 PM -0700 7/12/07, Mark Sottilaro wrote:
>Man, this looks like the way to go and not too bad on price. I wonder if
>would alternately accept MIDI notes to formulate harmonies. Must right?
>From: L.A. Angulo [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
>Sent: Thursday, July 12, 2007 3:40 AM
>Subject: RE: OT: Vocal Harmonizer recommendations?
>seems like a great toy!
>i also wonder how good it will track an acoustic with
>--- Jeff Larson <email@example.com> wrote:
>> > This seems easy.
> > > http://youtube.com/watch?v=d4-SYz3_BCA
>> Yeah, I've had my eye on this one (Digitech
>> Vocalist). They're still
>> pretty new, I'm waiting for some reviews. My
>> concern is that magic
>> pitch tracking devices have historically been rather
>> especially with chords. This doesn't appear to use
>> a hex pickup
>> so I would imagine that you have to play very
>> cleanly and simply,
>> like playing a guitar synth only more so.
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