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    A good Harmonizer?

    I've been considering Harmony4 by TC Helicon (using my Powercore) but at $750 it seems pretty pricey. Are there any other software harmonizers available that can compete with expensive harware units?

    Thanks!
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    Re: A good Harmonizer?

    melodyne

    soon you should be able to change the harmonizing in pre exsisting harmony tracks with melodyne too

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    Re: A good Harmonizer?

    I do own Melodyne (awesome program), but the downside is that you cannot use it in real time while recording.
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    Sean C. Dockery
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    Cubase 5, Komplete 6, Alchemy, PLAY, Vienna Instruments, Spectrasonics, and much more

    INTEL|CORE I7 980X 3.33G, 12G CORSAIR DDR3, SSD 160G|OCZ for OS.






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    Re: A good Harmonizer?

    there's always "VIELKLANG"... easier to use than melodyne... and good options to get a quick result from an audio file.... runs as VST INstrument in your sequencer... just load up your file... and off you go... just check the demo for an idea....

    http://www..com/Vielklang-pr-BS-418.html
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  5. #5

    Re: A good Harmonizer?

    Recent versions of PG Music Band-in-a-Box have a built-in 4 part audio harmonizer. It uses TC Helicon/IVL algorithms. Only for 16bits/44.1kHz, however.

  6. #6

    Re: A good Harmonizer?

    Antares Harmony Engine. Lovely!

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