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Using Looper instead of Vocal Harmonizer
Hi fellow loopers
I'd like to hear your experience on looping vocal harmonies. Do you have
any special hints other than the usual overdubs? I kind of prefer the
sound of real vocal layers to a vocal harmonizer à la Digitech Vocalist
etc (with very few exceptions like i.e. Imogen Heap's Hide & Seek ;-)
So I was wondering about your approach to this?
Common sense seems:
Sing one loop, then overdub harmonies.
If you have a shortish loop, you might add all harmonies directly. If it
is a longer loop or chorus, you might add them over the course of the song
(i.e. everytime you sing chorus, add another layer).
If you really just want to lay out a "harmonic carpet", you may take a
very short loop and overdub harmonies on it for a continuous sound. Has
anyone experimented with something like this here? i.e. : take loop 0,5
sec length that goes immediately into overdub. Then kick in this loop
while singing and build your harmonies on the fly?
Would love to hear your experience!
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